First-year university students are at particular risk
, the charity added.
Meanwhile, the vaccination rate is even lower for children not considered to be at particular risk
, despite the vaccination programme being extended to all two- and three-year-olds in 2013-14 in order to help prevent the disease from spreading.
Shocking new figures from Public Health England reveal more than 200 two and three year olds in Liverpool who are considered at particular risk
went without a vaccination last flu season.
Manchester has an even lower vaccination rate for children not considered to be at particular risk
. In 2013/14, the vaccination programme was extended to all two and three year olds in order to help prevent the disease from spreading.
Our solution is tailored to meet plan participants' needs based on where they are in the retirement cycle and their particular risk
Summary: Unemployed, people in rented homes and retired home owners with health problems identified as being at particular risk
The report notes: 'There is a particular risk
around meeting the fourth carbon budget which begins in just five years' time.
She added: "Children too young to be vaccinated, or who are immune-compromised, are at particular risk
from these conditions.
The NHS warns this could pose a particular risk
to the elderly and other vulnerable groups who come into contact with children at family get-togethers.
Seniors are at particular risk
, but although the vaccine is recommended for adults age 60 and older, it is underutilized.
Furthermore the authorities should have known that women who are mentally ill during pregnancy are at particular risk
during the first three months after delivery.
Since the 1970s, accidents have no longer been attributed to divine will, blind faith, or destiny, says Dekker, but are evidence that a particular risk
was not managed well enough, and behind that mismanagement there is a specific person or people to hold accountable.