Rise in Meningitis B vaccine demand

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There have been calls for a meningitis B vaccine programme to be extended to children and teenagers

Private hospitals in Northern Ireland are stating an boost in a series of inquiries from a open about removing a Meningitis B vaccine.

One private sanatorium told a BBC that 90 people are on a watchful list after it ran out of reserve final week.

Hundreds of thousands of people have sealed a inhabitant petition for a poke to be offering to all children

It follows a box in England where a mom common cinema of her daughter failing in hospital from a illness.

Under inhabitant guidelines, a vaccine is usually accessible to babies.

All babies in a UK are offering a potentially life-saving vaccine opposite meningitis B as partial of a inhabitant immunisation programme.

However, there have been calls for a age extent to be extended to children and teenagers.

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