As he said Expression and star, all flu supplies have now been delivered across the UK and are available to those who need it
All orders for a new and improved flu shot were distributed across the country, says NHS England, senior health officials to call on elderly people to ensure they get the vaccination.
Concerns about lack of vaccine are enormous due to the distribution of vaccine delivery.
Many were concerned about this gradual approach, and a survey of 650 Pulse doctors found that 68.5% of practitioners suffered from a deficiency.
However, Seqirus, a vaccine distributor, has now sent final deliveries to England.
Those over the age of 65 are more than ever encouraged to get their shot at what has been called the "Greatest Vaccination against Influenza."
NHS England said that 8.5 million people will be able to vaccinate free of charge before the cold.
Professor Jane Cummings, chief nurse for England, said: "This is the largest influenza vaccination program we have ever taken and which offers more people than ever before the greatest opportunity to protect ourselves.
"This year, three types of vaccines, including adjuvanted trivalent influenza vaccines or ativasal vaccines, should be used to provide better protection for persons over 65 years of age.
"AITV supplies have been under way since September, and with all the vaccines now being dispatched by doctors and pharmacies, we urge those who have not had flu yet to get them as soon as possible.
"Some 8.5 million doses of vaccine were ordered, with about one million surplus doses available. The current uptake rate for people aged 65 and older is 45.2%, so we will try to record an increase in this figure.
"As with older adults and those who have long-term conditions, we want to protect other endangered groups, such as pregnant women and young children, and it is certainly not too late for people to vaccinate."
Health Director of England for Health, Professor Paul Cosford, added: "The flu can be very serious and can kill the most vulnerable. Vaccination is by far the best defense we have.
"Anyone who is more exposed to the effects of influenza will offer the vaccine free of charge.
"In addition to having a flu vaccine, the best way to prevent the spread of influenza is proper hand hygiene.
"Strike a cough and sneezing in the tissue, put away the tissue and wash your hands."
Professor Sally Davies, England's chief physician, said: "The flu can kill and the vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and those around you.
"More vaccines are now available than ever before, and I strongly urge all those in a vulnerable group to contact their doctor or pharmacy and get a shot."
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