Exclusive: Chemists running low on flu jabs amid fears of epidemic as France offers to treat British patients


Chemists were running low on supplies of the flu vaccine yesterday amid growing fears of an epidemic if the virus continues to spread at its current rate. People across the country were being turned from high street pharmacies who said…

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