The most commonly asked questions, answered
Tetanus is a serious but rare infection caused by bacteria. It usually occurs when a flesh wound becomes contaminated. Without treatment, complications of tetanus are likely to develop which can be fatal. However, vaccination and improvements in treatment mean deaths from tetanus are now rare in the UK. In England and Wales in 2011, there were only three recorded cases of tetanus.
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