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If it is not treated quickly, meningitis can cause septicaemia which can permanently damage the nervous system, explains the NHS.Children are typic

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If it is not treated quickly, meningitis can cause septicaemia which can permanently damage the nervous system, explains the NHS.

Children are typically given vaccinations to prevent the onset of meningitis, such as the six-in-one vaccine which includes protection against polio, hepatitis B, whooping cough, tetanus, diphtheria, and Haemophilus influenzae type b.

The advice for people who have viral meningitis is to get rested in bed, drink plenty of fluid, and consume over-the-counter painkillers, the Mayo Clinic states.



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