UK: Asda to offer shoppers flu jab, undercutting GPs
UK supermarket chain Asda is to offer its shoppers influenza vaccinations this winter. On 12 October, customers at the Wal-Mart-owned grocer will be able to pay for the jab at the checkout along with their groceries, and then move over to a dedicated area to fill out a pre-vaccination health questionnaire. If the nurse on duty is happy with the questionnaire, the jab will be given there and then.
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