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Long-term effects (long COVID)
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Drumragh Family Practice, Omagh Hospital & Primary Care Complex, 7 Donaghanie Road, OMAGH, BT79 0NRTel: 028 82259119
If you are Aged 70 years or Aged 78/79 years, you are eligible for Shingles Vaccine. This can be given with your Flu Vaccine.
Whooping Cough Vaccination for Pregnant Women
If you are pregnant you should get vaccinated to protect your baby. The best time to get vaccinated is between weeks 16 and 32 of your pregnancy. Please contact reception on 0844 477 3513 / 028 80440500 to make an appointment with the practice nurse.
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