The family of a boy who died after catching flu, have made a video urging parents to get their children vaccinated this winter.
Three-year-old Sam Morrish from Newton Abbot died from sepsis after getting the virus.
This year's Flu Vaccination Programme has now begun across the South West.
Sam Morrish was just three when he died.
He'd been very poorly with the flu and then very quickly got sepsis, which cost him his life.
Had he been immunised against the flu, things could have been very different.
Sam's parents have created a video using their son's favourite cuddly toy, Monkey, to try to encourage other parents to protect their children against flu this winter.
It is an important message to try to get across and is echoed by NHS England, which has just started its campaign to encourage flu vaccinations.
Last year across the South West just 46.9 per cent of three-year-olds were immunised.
Children aged up to eight are offered vaccinations at school.