The flu vaccine usually involves an injection but, for the first time, children aged between two and three are being offered a nasal spray.
It's part of a vaccination programme to protect those most at risk and eventually, its hoped the spray will be made available to all under 16s.
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You can find out more about the flu vaccine for children here.
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