Vaccine Information

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Calderdale Against Corruption

Dear Public Health England,

We would like to have provided the following information you hold in relation to vaccines in England.

1) A list of all vaccines, including common brand names, currently given to children between the ages of 0 and 18.

2) A breakdown of the number of children who recieve these vaccines (broken down with figures per vaccine), and what percentage of all eligible children this number represents (i.e. how many children are eligible for the vaccine and what percentage of eligible children are given the vaccines).

2) A list of ingredients of all the vaccines named in part 1).

3) Evidence to support the position that the vaccines named in part 1) are safe.

4) Evidence to support the position that the vaccines named in part 1) are effective at preventing the spread and catching of the diseases they claim to protect against.

5) Information which shows the efficacy rate of the vaccines name in part 1). If no efficacy data is available, please explain how the vaccine is claimed to be effective at preventing the spread and catching of the disease against which it claims to protect.

6) Evidence which shows that so-called "herd immunity" can be induced solely from the use of these vaccines, along with the evidence upon which the assertion that "If enough people in a community are vaccinated, it's harder for a disease to pass between people who have not been vaccinated. This is called herd immunity." has been made

Source - https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinatio...

7) The purchase cost per unit that each type of vaccine name in part 1).

8) The cost charged to the NHS for providing each child detailed in part 2) with the vaccines they received.

Yours faithfully,

Calderdale Against Corruption

FOI, Public Health England

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FOI, Public Health England

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Dear Calderdale Against Corruption,

Please find attached Public Health England's response.

Thanks

FOI Team

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