Parents urged to give consent for Men-C immunisation

Staff nurse Merewalesi Baba, right, with the assistance of staff nurse Joana Lavoa inject Jamie Magdelene, 9, with meningococcal disease vaccination during the launch of the meningococcal disease - nationwide immunization campaign for children aged 1-19 years at the Ministry of Health headquarters in Toorak, Suva on Friday, May 11, 2018. Picture: FILE/ JONACANI LALAKOBAU

PARENTS have been urged to give consent for their children to be immunised through the National Meningococcal (Men-C) Immunisation Program. The Ministry of Health is reiterating that Meningococcal disease is a deadly disease and it’s in the best interest of the children that they should get immunised. Ø For children aged 1-5 years old, who […]

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