Information and public services for the Island of Guernsey



Statement in regards to events group funding
Thursday 23 November 2017

Statement from Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher, Vice President of the Committee for Economic Development.

Read more
Christmas parking arrangements to allow longer dwell time in Town
Thursday 23 November 2017

People parking in St Peter Port will have longer to shop and socialise in Town this Christmas, because of changes to the permitted length of stay in certain St Peter Port car parks.

Read more
Chief Minister to represent Guernsey on visit to Brussels
Tuesday 21 November 2017

Guernsey and Jersey will be in Brussels this week as part of on-going efforts to ensure the Channel Islands' reputation as jurisdictions committed to meeting international standards is well understood.

Read more All News
Coming soon – a map of events, hazards and other useful information
weather iconRather cloudy with scattered showers this morning, perhaps prolonged, then some fair or sunny periods this afternoon with isolated showers. Risk of hail or thunder overnight.
5 day forecastTide timetables


Liva Greta Teignmouth 08:30 08:20A 


C Rapide Jsy/St Malo 12:00  
All arrivals and departures Shipping forecast


Flybe12:202017-11-24JerseyBE6419On Time


Aurigny10:552017-11-24BristolGR642Check In Open ,Go To Departure Lounge
All arrivals and departures
Sign In

2017 Flu Vaccine

Share this page

Friday 20 October 2017

Islanders are being reminded to get their flu vaccine as soon as possible as it is forecast to be a very heavy flu season.

All islanders aged over 65 years and people of any age with certain medical conditions are highly likely to benefit from protection against the 'flu.  These conditions include: chronic lung or heart disease; kidney or liver disease; HIV infection, diabetes; and severe obesity. It is also recommended for pregnant women; for those in long stay residential care; for healthcare workers who are directly involved in patient care; and for those who are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk.

As well as targeting those with certain medical conditions, HSC is also targeting children as they are the 'super spreaders' of flu.

Guernsey and Alderney's Acting Medical Officer of Health, Dr Nicola Brink says

'The flu vaccine for children is easy to administer as it's a nasal spray rather than an injection. Its quick and painless but will protect your child as well as you, your friends and family. The Committee for Health and Social Care have made this vaccine available through the GP practices for children aged 2 and 3 and through your child's school for those in reception to year 4. There is therefore no cost to the parents.'

The three primary care groups on the island fully support this annual flu vaccine campaign. Now is the time for Islanders to ensure they have good protection during the coming flu season.

HSC has published information about the Bailiwick immunisation programme on the States of Guernsey website


5 reasons to vaccinate your child against flu

Share this page

Useful Pages

Add To Home

To add this page to the homescreen of your phone, go to the menu button and "Add to homescreen".

The menu button may look like
Three Dots or Box with an Arrow *some browsers' menu buttons may vary.