Source: BBC News
Date of publication: June 2015
Publication Type: News
In a nutshell: All newborn babies in England and Scotland are to be offered a vaccine to combat meningitis B from September, the government has announced. The Men B vaccine will be given to babies at two months, four months and 12 months old. The scheme, which has been delayed by cost disputes, is the first national and publicly-funded programme against the deadly infection in the world.
Length of publication: 1-page article
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