MEDICS go out of their way to administer flu jabs for the homeless and vulnerable.

A team from the newly established Homeless-Friendly scheme is touring various homeless charities and drop-in sessions throughout December.

Their latest flu jab clinic took place at the Salvation Army’s Oldham base in Roundthorn Road, as part of the church’s long-established Friday drop-in session.

During their visit, the team met a man who was left with just six teeth after 20 months of living on the streets.

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Medics attend Salvation Army drop-in for Oldham’s vulnerable and meet man left with just six teeth after 20 months’ homeless

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