Vaccinations are a safe and effective way to protect people against potentially damaging and life-threatening diseases.
Most vaccinations are given in childhood and protect against diseases such as tetanus, mumps, measles, polio, meningitis and many others. Childhood vaccinations are given at specific times to ensure that they provide the greatest possible protection from the above diseases.
- Follow the link to see more details and get more information about the NHS vaccination programme
- If you have any questions about vaccinations, please speak to your GP or health visitor