All new entrant students under the age of 25 are being advised to seek the Men. ACWY vaccine before enrolment at University and take this opportunity to protect themselves. We are aware you may have many questions about the jab, so for your convenience, the University Services have compiled a handy checklist of other ways you can get the vaccine.
Why do I need the vaccine?
If you’re not scared of Men, why on earth are you not?! You should be. People can get seriously injured or DIE because of Men. Men can be very serious if not treated quickly – don’t take Men for granted.
How does the vaccine work?
This vaccine targets men at their weakest point: the ego. Specialist doctors have observed in their research, that some destructive men cells treated with the vaccine emit a single “bro…”, before finally withering away into nothingness.
Side effects for women treated with the men vaccine included a heightened awareness of the patriarchy and induced headaches. Upon receiving the vaccine, there have been some rare cases of women reporting a discharge of $0.33 to the dollar.
Who should get the vaccine?
Everyone under the age of 25 is susceptible to the horrible plague on humanity that are men. Don’t wait until it’s too late – contact your local GP to get immunised against men now.
Additionally, all undergraduate halls of residence will be hosting “How to deal with men” support meetings in the coming weeks for those of you with further questions.
In the meantime, please stay safe out there. I think I speak for all of us when I say there’s nothing I hate more than men. All it takes is one little jab. Ladies, let's seize our chance to take down the patriarchy, together.
The Director of Men. Prevention
N.B Jokes aside and all seriousness now, the Salvator deeply encourage all readers to get vaccinated against meningitis. Meningitis can be very serious and even life-threatening if not treated quickly, so protect yourself by getting the Men ACWY vaccine. I know we all hate getting injections, but getting the jab could save your life. Please don’t take it for granted!
For more info: Visit Meningitis Research Foundation, contact your GP or click on the link below!