As part of EIP's ongoing Campaigns to Increase Vaccination Rates, please provide a short statement that best summarises your view on Meningococcal Vaccinations.

EIP's statement: We must unite to address the dangerous mix of delayed routine Meningococcal vaccinations combined with a shift in Healthcare Professionals and Decision Makers priorities. Extending Meningococcal Vaccination Programmes across Europe is now more critical than before COVID, especially as health-seeking behaviours have changed in the pandemic.

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