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Getting your baby vaccinated during Covid

Dr. Rachel McLoughlin is a Professor in Immunology at Trinity College Dublin. She is also a mum to three children.

Her daughter was due her 13 month vaccines recently and Rachel created a short video to share their experience.

You can watch her video on Youtube https://youtu.be/zhcUpnhMkeQ

The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated during the Coronavirus pandemic, it is still important for babies to receive their vaccines at 2, 4, 6, 12 and 13 months. The HSE recommend that patients attend medical appointments; this includes vaccinations. 

The vaccines should be given on time or as soon as possible after to protect babies from serious infectious diseases.

Please contact your GP to make an appointment.

Download the Vaccination Appointment Advice for parents and guardians

Remember - It takes 5 visits to your GP practice at 2, 4, 6, 12 and 13 months of age for your baby to complete their primary childhood immunisation schedule. 

#KeepVaccinating 

This page was added on 24 September 2020