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Immunisation

The following groups of Jersey residents are offered vaccines against a variety of diseases.

  • pre-school children
  • teenagers
  • pregnant women
  • older people
The overall aim of the routine immunisation schedules for these groups is to provide protection against a number of vaccine-preventable infections. 

For some diseases, when vaccine coverage is high enough to induce high levels of population immunity, infections may even be eliminated, e.g. diphtheria. 

For highly contagious infections such as measles, the World Health Organisation recommends at least 95% of children are immunised against measles.

Follow the link below to read the latest immunisation report

Immunisation statistics 2017

Jersey pre-school immunisation

Before Jersey resident children begin school, they are offered a number of vaccinations. Follow the link below to see the vaccinations currently offered to pre-school children

Pre-school vaccinations

Immunisation uptake rates of children at (or by) 12 months of age

 

Source: Statistics Jersey, download the data

Immunisation uptake rates of children at 2 years of age

 

Source: Statistics Jersey, download the data

Immunisation uptake rates of children at 5 years of age

 

Source: Statistics Jersey, download the data

Immunisation of Jersey school children

Jersey school children are offered a number of vaccinations. Follow the link below to see the vaccinations currently offered to school children.

School children vaccinations

School children immunisation

 

Source: Statistics Jersey, download the data

Immunisation of Jersey adults

A number of groups of adults are offered vaccines.

​When to immuniseWhat vaccine given​
Pregnant women, 20 weeks gestation or more​Pertussis containing vaccine​
​65 years or overPneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPV)​
​70 yearsShingles​ vaccine


Adult immunisations

 

Source: Statistics Jersey, download the data 

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