Flu could kill 60,000 this winter health chiefs warn as they launch biggest campaign against the disease in the NHS's history and tell Britons to book their jabs and Covid boosters NOW | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Flu could kill 60,000 this winter health chiefs warn as they launch biggest campaign against the disease in the NHS's history and tell Britons to book their jabs and Covid boosters NOW

Health chiefs are urging Britons to get jabbed as soon as possible amid warnings up to 60,000 people could die from flu this winter.

Experts fear a massive surge in cases because social distancing measures kept infections low last year, reducing population immunity.

The Government has launched the biggest flu programme in the history of the NHS, with more than 35 million people in England eligible for a free vaccine.

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