jab at

jab something at someone or something

to poke someone or something with something. Tom jabbed the stick at the dog. I jabbed my fist at Walter.
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jab at someone or something

to poke or punch at someone or something. Tom jabbed at Fred. Don't jab at the cat!
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He flour- ished, in his trembling hand, on the end of a fore- arm no thicker than a walking-stick, a shining pair of scissors which he tried before my very eyes to jab at his throat.
Not a supermarket, but you can pick up your flu jab at Boots while you're buying toiletries.
Director of Public Health Dr Adrian Phillips is urging more pregnant women across the city to book a free jab at the earliest opportunity.
If you are over 18 and are eligible, you don't need a referral from your GP to have a free flu jab at a Boots pharmacy.
Council leaders are calling for everyone aged 65 or over, as well as people with a range of chronic conditions, to get their free jab at either their doctors or a local pharmacy.
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.
The health board's executive director of public health Andrew Jones has already got his jab at Ysbyty Gwynedd.
Members of the public will be given the jab at their GP surgery.
If they are, they can pay for the jab at the checkout and then will receive it in a specially designated area, probably the store's first-aid room,'' said spokesman Domonic Burch.
Coun Bedser, who was given his flu jab at The Kenrick Centre, in Harborne last week, said: "The simple message for anyone at risk in Birmingham is that it's not too late to have the flu jab this winter.
Since 2005, a booster jab at 12 months of age has been introduced.
So find out if you're eligible for a free jab at www.
Boots, which has the jab at 132 stores, says that people choose to go in-store for the vaccine if they're not entitled to a free jab on the NHS.