Doctors and nurses told they have a 'professional duty' to get the flu jab in anticipation for dreaded outbreak that is expected to cause havoc this winter - Daily Mail
Doctors and nurses have been told they have a 'professional duty' to get the flu jab in anticipation of one of the worst ever outbreaks.
Anyone who declines the vaccine will be told to provide a valid reason to NHS bosses, who will be compiling a list.
The guidelines have been issued by Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, the NHS' medical director, amid concerns that this winter's flu season will be one of the worst on record.
Experts are worried that an aggressive strain of the virus, known as H3N2, is on its way from the Southern Hemisphere.
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