Glasgow’s flu job program is set to launch next year after last year’s rollout chaos.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Health. It has been confirmed that the vaccination program will begin next week, with the Scottish Government expected to defraud 700,000 people before the end of 2021 as part of an expansion of vaccine eligibility.
Specialist schools and maternity services will be preferred as the rollout begins, including care homes and risk categories, including those with immune stress conditions that will begin at the end of the month.
Eligible individuals will then be sent to age groups or preferred occupations, such as health care.
It comes after the city’s most vulnerable people due to the 2020 rollout of pensioners and delays in the vaccination system.
As previously reported, the Health Board chose to implement the Scottish Immunization Recall System (SIRS) – a program designed for childhood cases – that preferred vaccines to young and old. ۔
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The system was scrapped just a few weeks later, but delays had already left people months behind schedule.
A Health Board spokesman said: “The flu vaccination program will be launched for the adult population in the coming weeks.
“In line with the Scottish Government’s guidelines, in particular the expansion of vaccine eligibility standards, we expect that by the end of this year, more than 700,000 people, from school children to people living in elderly care homes, Will be offered flu vaccination.
“the first Stage The program will begin next week, focusing on specialist schools and maternity services.
He added: “From September 20, vaccines will begin to be given in care homes and to people at risk, including those who are under immune pressure.
“After that, eligible individuals will be promoted through age groups or preferred occupations, such as health and social care staff.”