Kirsty McGinty is sharing her daughter’s story to encourage people to stay on top of routine immunisations, with COVID-19 resulting in many being delayed or missed.
Zoe McGinty died in 2017 after she unknowingly contracted meningococcal disease.
Twenty-year-old Zoe MicGinty had just returned from her morning gym session and eaten breakfast when she began to feel unwell.At first, mother-of-four Kirsten recognised the symptoms as ones she’d seen before – high temperature, vomiting, diarrhoea…
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