Protect your little ones from flu this winter

As December draws that little bit closer so does the Christmas cheer, and with all the excitement the more everyday things get lost or forgotten. So, before the inevitable coughs, colds and flu really get a grip, Cannock and Rugeley GPs are urging parents of children between the ages of two and seven to make sure their little ones have their flu nasal vaccination as soon as possible to ensure they are protected for the winter months.

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