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synonyms for immunization

  • booster
  • booster dose
  • booster injection
  • recall dose
  • vaccine
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How to use immunization in a sentence

It raises the possibility that delaying the immunization of children could make them a reservoir of the virus in the population, which could continue to seed further outbreaks.
WHY AREN’T KIDS GETTING VACCINATED?NIALL FIRTHFEBRUARY 8, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Some lacked the proper medical documents and child immunizations required to return, and school staff members were working with them.
D.C. COMPLETES A WEEK OF IN-PERSON CLASSES: LOW ATTENDANCE, FRUSTRATED TEACHERS, CONFIDENT PRINCIPALS AND HAPPY STUDENTSPERRY STEINFEBRUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Balancing the timing of cancer treatment and immunization may be a consideration in some cases.
ARE THE CORONAVIRUS VACCINES SAFE FOR SOMEONE WITH CANCER, DEMENTIA OR MS?JUDITH GRAHAMJANUARY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
To record who’s getting vaccines, many states have retrofitted existing systems for tracking children’s immunizations.
THIS IS HOW AMERICA GETS ITS VACCINESCAT FERGUSONJANUARY 27, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
In some places, the unclear relationship between immunization and reopening has helped fuel a vaccine rollout to teachers marked by confusion, conflicting approaches and uncertainty over supply, as is the case in many states nationwide.
TEACHERS ARE MOVING TO THE FRONT OF THE VACCINE LINE — BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN ALL SCHOOLS WILL REOPEN RIGHT AWAYHANNAH NATANSON, DONNA ST. GEORGE, PERRY STEINJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In the United States and the world, multiple vaccines will need to be deployed to reach the immunization levels needed to reach herd immunity, which is estimated to be upward of 70 percent of the population.
ELDERLY BEGIN TO DROP OUT OF NOVAVAX VACCINE TRIAL TO GET PFIZER AND MODERNA SHOTSCHRISTOPHER ROWLANDJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Norwegian Medicines Agency is seeking to address fears that taking the vaccine might be too risky, after 33 people in the country aged 75 and over died following immunization, according to the agency’s latest figures.
NO DIRECT LINK BETWEEN THE COVID VACCINE AND A RECENT STRING OF DEATHS IN THE ELDERLY, NORWAY FINDSKATHERINE DUNNJANUARY 18, 2021FORTUNE
“There is more population-scale seroprevalence in India than probably anywhere else in the world, and the role of immunization at best is to tip the system over into herd immunity if it has not already gone,” Shah says.
WHY INDIA JUST MIGHT PULL OFF ‘THE WORLD’S LARGEST VACCINATION PROGRAM’NAOMI XU ELEGANTJANUARY 15, 2021FORTUNE
Now it’s the case for one of the most complex immunization campaigns in history.
PFIZER OR MODERNA? A COVID VACCINE DISTRIBUTION DILEMMASY MUKHERJEEJANUARY 14, 2021FORTUNE
Also, delays in vaccinations for things like measles, fueled by school closures and suspended immunization campaigns in dozens of countries, could cause outbreaks of serious but otherwise preventable diseases.
FEWER CHILDREN DIED IN 2020, DESPITE THE PANDEMIC. EXPERTS ARE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHYEMILY BARONEJANUARY 14, 2021TIME
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WORDS RELATED TO IMMUNIZATION

  • booster
  • booster dose
  • booster injection
  • immunization
  • recall dose
  • vaccine
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