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AcronymDefinition
JABSJustice Awareness and Basic Support (vaccine damaged children support group; UK)
JABSJoint Automated Booking System (US DOJ)
JABSJournal of Applied Behavioral Science (psychology)
JABSJournal of Asia Business Studies
JABSJDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munition) Assault Breaching System (counter-mine, counter-obstacle)
JABSJournal of Agricultural and Biological Science
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This year, in a bid to boost take-up of the jab, you can get it in pharmacies across England and Wales, including over 1,900 Boots pharmacies- many of which are open seven days a week.
He saw rich people killed off, educators killed off and would always say, 'Don't love money," jabs recalled.
The flu jab is proven to prevent flu and reduces the severity for those unlucky to still get the infection.
Uptake of the jabs has risen, with vaccination rates for those aged seven and below typically above 95% for the first dose.
In Gateshead, 91% of children aged two to 15 received their first MMR jab and just 76% received their second.
Frontline NHS staff, those aged 64-plus, pregnant or with chronic illnesses or in "at risk" groups should get a jab at their GP surgery.
LICHFIELD MP Michael Fabricant has urged the vulnerable and NHS workers to get a flu jab before the cold sets in for winter.
Mrs Sheila Wardle, 71, of Brithdir was having her sixth annual flu jab.
This group of people are routinely offered the seasonal flu vaccine but they will NOT be offered the swine flu jab if they do not have any underlying health conditions.
Primary care trusts will plan how to deliver the vaccination programme at a local level, although the JCVI recommends the jabs are given in schools.
Rahman did plenty of work with his terrric left jab.