The 2 "extra" Meningococcal vaccines (not covered by Govt) are Menveo (Men A, C, W and Y) and Bexsero (Men B)
Both vaccines are given from 2 mths old, with 3 doses 8 wks apart and a booster at 12mths. (The schedule is different for older bubs/kids ).
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