Around 13 months
- MMR (measles, mumps and rubella given as a single jab, and
- pneumonia third dose.
Around 4-5 years
- MMR pre-school booster, and
- diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio pre-school booster.
Around 12-13 years
- Cervical cancer vaccine (girls only): three jabs given within eight months.
Around 13-18 years
- Diphtheria, tetanus and polio booster jab
AdultsMost vaccines are given during childhood. But if you're worried that you may not have been immunised as a child against tetanus, our article on adult vaccines will help you.
If you're 65 and overYou should have the flu jab every year and a pneumonia jab.
More help & advice
- More info on flu jabs
- More on tetanus immunisation in kids
- Vaccinations against chicken pox
In part two, Dr Miriam Stoppard gives more advice to parents on vaccinating children.
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