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Spring MMR vaccination clinics

Children and teenagers who have missed out on their Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccines can get protected at a spring catch-up clinic.

Run by Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust’s (KCHFT) School-aged Immunisation Service, the catch-up offer follows one run over the recent half-term and is part of ongoing efforts by Kent and Medway health leaders to drive up MMR vaccination rates following a national rise in measles cases

It also supports the England-wide UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and NHS England childhood immunisation campaign

With measles outbreaks ongoing in London and the West Midlands, and cases now confirmed in every region of England, including the South East, there are concerns the highly-infectious disease will keep on spreading unless more people are vaccinated.

See this update on the Kent County Council News and Features website for full details, including dates and locations of the clinics and how to book.