Meningococcal A, B, C, W, Y

Meningococcal A, B, C, W, Y is a bacterial infection transmitted from person to person. The different bacterial group types are: A, B, C, W, and Y. Meningococcal A, B, C, W, Y can cause meningitis. 

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Adolescents: Major Carriers and Transmitters
  • Passed via close contact (i.e. college dormitories)
  • Kissing or coughing
  • Locker rooms
The Meningococcal Vaccination
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