Seasonal influenza

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Dr Mary V Smillie

Dear Public Health England,

Please provide data on seasonal influenza vaccination rates (national or regional) in the UK for the following seasons:

1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003 and 2003-2004

Yours faithfully,

Mary

Dr Mary V Smillie

FOI, Public Health England

Dear Dr Smillie

Thank you for your email. To help PHE to provide you with useful information, could you please explain the nature of the data you require? For example, are you looking for percentage uptake for those aged 65 or over?

Please respond to clarify your request, after which PHE will be able to respond.

Kind regards

Freedom of Information Officer

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Dr Mary V Smillie

Dear FOI,

Thank you for your message. What I would like to know is the number of people who received the seasonal influenza vaccine in the seasons I specified in my original enquiry. If the data is stratified into different age groups, that would be great.
Many thanks

Yours sincerely,

Dr Mary V Smillie

FOI, Public Health England

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