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noun as in immunization

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Middle- and lower-income countries may be struggling to provide mass vaccination campaigns because they lack adequate supplies.

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New vaccination stations are also continuing to open this week.

In Montgomery County, officials emphasized Thursday that only residents in Category 1A and those 75 and older are eligible for vaccinations at county sites.

The agreement prioritizes in-school staff with medically vulnerable family members for vaccinations, and it sets strict guidelines for when schools or classrooms should close.

Co-WIN is the backbone of the vaccination drive, so to speak.

Of course not—the delivery of vaccine from manufacturer to arm is only part of the problem for any vaccination program.

The organization also provides PPE and gloves to keep health workers and patients safe from the deadly virus during vaccination.

Beyond medical board or nursing association certification, candidates must have a valid passport and yellow fever vaccination.

As a big proponent of both comprehensive vaccination for children and water fluoridation, that implicates me in two of them.

Unlike his conservative colleagues Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, and perhaps his lad Rand, Gingrey endorsed mandatory vaccination.

Before 1874 there had been no compulsory vaccination law in Germany except for the army.

Our closest imitation of natural immunity is vaccination against small-pox.

Some manufacturers and all British writers speak of pollen extracts as vaccines and of immunizing the patient as vaccination.

A relationship to vaccination has been alleged by some observers.

The baby does not turn his eyes in any degree towards his arm or towards the side that is so vexed with vaccination.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vaccination, such as: inoculation, and shot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.