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Verb(1) perform vaccinations or produce immunity in by inoculation
(1) Some GPs are also finding it increasingly hard to vaccinate enough children to qualify for the extra payments.(2) Is it OK not to vaccinate your child with a particular vaccine if you have safety concerns?(3) to vaccinate a child against measles(4) A few years ago, when the flu vaccine was plentiful, there was a movement to vaccinate everyone early - too early.(5) Today the Government revealed its plans to vaccinate key workers against smallpox.(6) Health workers will try to vaccinate four million children under the age of five between July 29 and August 2.(7) Your doctor can test you for immunity to this viral disease before pregnancy and vaccinate you against it if you aren't immune.(8) He said only about one in four NHS trusts had vaccinated their own staff against flu.(9) By vaccinating them at this age, you can keep them out of the hospital and really reduce some of the complications.(10) There are few reasons for refraining from vaccinating a child.(11) Using a special needle with two tines (bifurcated needle), the vaccinator withdraws a drop of vaccine and then makes several quick, perpendicular strokes on your upper arm.(12) You and your veterinarian should discuss the benefits and risks of vaccinating and not vaccinating your pet.(13) If your child has a fever then vaccination should be delayed until he or she is better.(14) Around 1,05,000 vaccinators and supervisors will be involved in administering oral polio drops to children on April 10 and May 15.(15) After the children were vaccinated they were treated with snacks and games were played.(16) On resuming practice in 1945, he took on the positions of public vaccinator , factory surgeon, police surgeon, and, in 1948, prison doctor at a time when hanging and flogging were punishments that had to be supervised by a doctor.
(1) vaccinate :: frechu
1. inoculate ::
2. immunize ::
Different Formsvaccinate, vaccinated, vaccinates, vaccinating
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