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MMR / measles leaflets and posters can be found here.

 

MMR / Measles

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can be passed on even before a rash appears.

The Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccination is the safest and most effective way to protect against these diseases. You need two doses of MMR to be fully protected.

For anyone aged 12 months to 25 years who hasn’t had one or both doses, catch-up vaccination is available.

www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

#MMR #measles

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

First and second doses of the MMR vaccine will be offered to everyone aged between 12 months and 25 years who missed getting the vaccine first time around.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

Children between 12 months and 5 years of age can get the vaccine through their GP practice and those aged 6 to 25 years of age can get vaccinated at your local HSC Trust Clinic.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

MRR vaccine and egg allergy

Multiple studies subsequently have shown that the MMR vaccine has an excellent safety record in children with an egg allergy. As such, the current BSACI recommendations are that all children with an egg allergy should have their MMR vaccine in primary care.

Read more at MMR vaccine and egg allergy - BSACI

Measles is highly infectious and can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

Anyone aged 12 months to 25 years who missed getting the MMR vaccine first time around will have the opportunity to receive it now.

 www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

First and second doses of the MMR vaccine will be offered to everyone aged between 12 months and 25 years who missed getting the vaccine first time around.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

First and second doses of the MMR vaccine will be offered to everyone aged between 12 months and 25 years who missed getting the vaccine first time around.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

First and second doses of the MMR vaccine will be offered to everyone aged between 12 months and 25 years who missed getting the vaccine first time around.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

2 doses of the MMR vaccine can stop your child becoming seriously unwell with measles.

Check your child's red book, and make an appointment to catch up on missed doses. 

Children between 12 months and 5 years of age can get the vaccine through their GP practice and those aged 6 to 25 years of age can get vaccinated at your local HSC Trust Clinic – www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

2 doses of the MMR vaccine can stop your child becoming seriously unwell with measles.

Check your child's red book, and make an appointment to catch up on missed doses. 

Children between 12 months and 5 years of age can get the vaccine through their GP practice and those aged 6 to 25 years of age can get vaccinated at your local HSC Trust Clinic – www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

Check your child's red book, and make an appointment to catch up on missed doses. 

First and second doses of the MMR vaccine will be offered to everyone aged between 12 months and 25 years who missed getting the vaccine first time around.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is on the rise. It is highly infectious can easily spread between unvaccinated people. Two doses of the MMR vaccine provide the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella.

Find out more at www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

MMR / measles videos 

Dr Anna Cullen talks about the MMR catch-up

 

 

Dr Anna Cullen talks about the MMR vaccine

 

 

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Dr Alan Stout from Greenway Practice talks about the importance of the MMR vaccine. 
pic Dr Laurence Dorman from Mourne Family Surgery talks about the importance of the MMR vaccine. 
Animated video promoting MMR vaccine

MMR / measles videos in alternative languages

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Measles is highly infectious and can be passed on even before a rash appears.

Make sure your child is protected from becoming seriously unwell from measles by making sure they are up to date with their MMR vaccinations.

More info www.pha.site/MMR-measles
#measles

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Bulgarian Romany

MMR vaksina

Siguride (proveride) kaj e imunizacije si aktualne

Dikh leski loli kniźka (liloro) thaj vaker (konuśide) tire doktorosa ili sastimaske posetitelkasa ako leske trjabva te kerdon pe leske e vaksine.

#MMR #Xurdićhel(śarka)

Bulgarian Romany

MMR vaksina

Siguride (proveride) kaj e imunizacije si aktualne

Dikh leski loli kniźka (liloro) thaj vaker (konuśide) tire doktorosa ili sastimaske posetitelkasa ako leske trjabva te kerdon pe leske e vaksine.

#MMR #Xurdićhel(śarka)

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Romanian Romany

MMR vaksina

Sigurisar kaj e imunizacije si akualizime

Dikh leski loli pustik (liloro) thaj dumade (vorbisar) kire sastaravnesa (doktorosa) or sastimaske vizitorasa te leske trubul te kerdon pe leske e vaksine.

#MMR #Xurdićhel(rujeola)

Romanian Romany

MMR vaksina

Sigurisar kaj e imunizacije si akualizime

Dikh leski loli pustik (liloro) thaj dumade (vorbisar) kire sastaravnesa (doktorosa) or sastimaske vizitorasa te leske trubul te kerdon pe leske e vaksine.

#MMR #Xurdićhel(rujeola)

MMR Tetum

MMR Portuguese

MMR Ukrainian

Measles resources 

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#MMRcatchup

Measles is highly infectious and can be passed on even before a rash appears.

The Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccination is the safest and most effective way to protect against these diseases. You need two doses of MMR to be fully protected.

If you think you or your child have measles, seek urgent medical advice before going to a healthcare setting. 

This will help to stop the virus spreading.

In the first instance contact your GP practice or GP Out of Hours service. Alternatively, contact your local Phone First service for urgent advice.

If unsure use the Belfast Trust children’s symptom checker to guide you on the best course of action for your child bit.ly/49xHgz7

www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr

#MMR #measles

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#measles can be a serious infection that can lead to complications, especially in young children & those with weakened immune systems.


If you’re planning on travelling, make sure you and your loved ones are up to date with vaccinations like the #MMR if you're travelling to countries where measles is common. Know the symptoms and get protected – www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr
#measles

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#measles can be a serious infection that can lead to complications, especially in young children & those with weakened immune systems.


If you’re planning on travelling, make sure you and your loved ones are up to date with vaccinations like the #MMR if you're travelling to countries where measles is common. Know the symptoms and get protected – www.nidirect.gov.uk/mmr
#measles

General childhood immunisations

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Webinar for parents

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#childhoodimmunisations #checktheirredbook
If you are unsure if your child is up to date with vaccinations the easiest way to check is to look at your child’s red book or speak to your health visitor. If your child has missed a vaccination, please contact your GP practice to book an appointment as soon as you can to make sure they have maximum protection against disease. Read more - pha.site/checktheirredbook

For more information see pha.site/immunisation-vaccinations-nidirect

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#childhoodimmunisations #checktheirredbook
If you are unsure if your child is up to date with vaccinations the easiest way to check is to look at your child’s red book or speak to your health visitor. If your child has missed a vaccination, please contact your GP practice to book an appointment as soon as you can to make sure they have maximum protection against disease. Read more - pha.site/checktheirredbook
For more information see pha.site/immunisation-vaccinations-nidirect

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#childhoodimmunisations #checktheirredbook
If you are unsure if your child is up to date with vaccinations the easiest way to check is to look at your child’s red book or speak to your health visitor. If your child has missed a vaccination, please contact your GP practice to book an appointment as soon as you can to make sure they have maximum protection against disease. Read more - pha.site/checktheirredbook
For more information see pha.site/immunisation-vaccinations-nidirect

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#childhoodimmunisations #checktheirredbook
If you are unsure if your child is up to date with vaccinations the easiest way to check is to look at your child’s red book or speak to your health visitor. If your child has missed a vaccination, please contact your GP practice to book an appointment as soon as you can to make sure they have maximum protection against disease. Read more - pha.site/checktheirredbook
For more information see pha.site/immunisation-vaccinations-nidirect

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