Flu Vaccines

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Dear Department of Health,

(a) Has the DOH entered into a contract agreement with a supplier of
this years flu vaccines to supply multi dose vials of any of the brands
being used this season (2017/18)?

(b) If the answer to (a) is yes, please supply the amount of multi dose
vials agreed under a supply agreement.

(c) If the answer to (a) is yes, please supply information as to the
instances where multi dose vials would be used as opposed to pre filled
individual flu vaccine syringes in the current flu vaccine campaign.

Yours faithfully,

Angus Files

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Dear Mr Files,

Please find attached the Department of Health's response to your recent
FOI request (our ref: FOI-1103635  ) 

Yours sincerely,

 Edward Franklyn 

Freedom of Information team
Department of Health

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Dear Department of Health,

Thank you for your reply.

"This is due to the fact that the Department
has not entered into a contract agreement with a supplier of this year’s flu vaccines to supply multi
dose vials of any of the brands being used this season (2017/18)."

As above would you have the 2015/2016 details as requested.

Yours faithfully,

Angus Files

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Please log as FOI .
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Dear Department of Health,

Sorry I have for the past 2 weeks had Laryngitis and I have more or less lost my voice nothing comes out.Can I help you via e-mail.

Yours faithfully,

Angus Files

Department of Health

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Dear Mr Files,

Please find attached the Department of Health's response to your recent
FOI
request (our ref: FOI-1107735).

Yours sincerely,

Malcolm
Jones

Freedom of Information team

Department of Health

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