Music festivals must train staff and volunteers on how to spot the signs of meningitis, after a teenager died in Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Four-year-old Harmonie-Rose Allen from Bath lost all her limbs to meningitis as a baby. She doesn't want anyone else to fall sickRead the full story ›
A student at a secondary school in St Austell has been admitted to hospital with meningitis.
The pupil at Penrice Academy is understood to be responding well to treatment. A small number of other pupils - who were in close contact with the youngster - have been offered antibiotics by doctors.
Jeremy Hunt met with the families of two Bristol teens who were killed by a strain of meningitis they weren't vaccinated against.Read the full story ›
The families of two teenagers from Bristol, who died from meningitis within 18 months of each other, are to meet the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt today.
16-year-old Izzy Gentry and 18-year-old George Zographou were pupils at St Brendan's Sixth Form College.
Since their deaths in May 2016 and August 2017, both families have been campaigning for more people to get vaccinated.
The student is currently receiving treatment and is recovering well.Read the full story ›
Public Health England says there are no known links to the previous Meningitis B cases associated with St Brendan’s Sixth Form College.Read the full story ›
The open letter by Nicole Zographou has been published by the Meningitis Now campaign.Read the full story ›
The mother and sister of George Zographou have been speaking to Kylie Pentelow.
George died last month from Meningitis B.
His family say he was a positive, caring person who was extremely popular.
A charity football match in George's memory is taking place on Sunday and is raising money for Meningitis Now.
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The unnamed patient was in the same social circle as Bristol student George Zographou who died from meningitis B last month.Read the full story ›