"It's amazing that the four men with more than 76,000 babies have obtained a free ACWY meningock vaccine, but we still have no vaccine for children under five years," he said.
"We are spreading the vaccine program that parents need more time to prevent their children from becoming infected, but this should not be resolved.
"Meningococcal disease is deadly and I ask parents to take advantage of this extended program and protect their children against this illness."
B strand inserts are not covered by the program, parents must pay around $ 65 for private vaccinations.
With a 12-month immune section of pregnant women, meningococcal C sections are vaccines.
Teens receive a free ACWY vaccine between college or university between 15 and 19 year olds.
Children and adults who have not fallen into a vaccinated, low-income vaccine may have access to a private vaccine through GPs, about $ 140.
Symptoms of meningococcal disease include fever, coldness, headache, neck stiffness, nausea, vomiting, confusion and pain.
Young children can have fever, they appear to be pale or ugly, erupt or vomiting.