There is no one vaccine that can protect your family against meningitis. This means that more than one vaccination is required to help protect them against several meningitis-causing diseases.
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Teenagers are unlikely to be protected against meningitis B, the most common type of meningococcal meningitis in the UK. Contact your pharmacist or doctor.
Young children are not offered vaccinations against all types of meningitis on the NHS
For children born after May 2015 the vaccines offered by the NHS help protect against the most common types of meningitis
Particularly after using the toilet,
before and after eating and after
spending time in crowded areas.
Avoid swapping cutlery,
sharing drinks or straws,
lip balms or toothbrushes.
When coughing or sneezing.
Make sure vaccinations are up-to-date.SEE NHS