Interactive Guide to the Flu Season 2011/12: Northern Ireland

Examine how seasonal flu is affecting practice workload and populations across Northern Ireland

Country-specific guides

What is the impact on GP workload in Northern Ireland?

The consultation rate for flu-like illness in Northern Ireland. Source: HPA

How many patients in Northern Ireland have had the flu jab?

Rates of vaccination with the trivalent seasonal flu vaccine among over 65s, at-risk groups and pregnant women. Source: Northern Ireland Public Health Agency

1. Over 65s

Flu vaccine uptake figures for Northern Ireland not yet available.

2. At-risk

Clinical risk group includes but is not limited to patients with the following conditions: chronic respiratory disease, chronic heart disease, chronic kidney disease, chronic liver disease, chronic neurological disease, diabetes and immunosuppression. See the DoH’s Green Book on Immunisation Against Infectious Disease

Flu vaccine uptake figures for Northern Ireland not yet available.


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