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Adj.1.immunised - having been rendered unsusceptible to a diseaseimmunised - having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease
insusceptible, unsusceptible - not susceptible to
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The governor said, 'no parent is expected to pay a single kobo' to get their children or wards immunised.
'That outsider did not have immunity against the virus, probably because he was not fully immunised,' he added.
I understand the importance of getting our children immunised against the poliovirus, but isn't the vaccine made from a weak strain of the virus?
Silent refusal means that parents pretend that their children have been immunised although they have not been, he said.
LAHORE -- Punjab Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid has urged people to get their children immunised against Pneumonia.
Residents of Airdrie and Coatbridge who are eligible for the free flu vaccine are being urged to get immunised.
Residents in the Wishaw area who are eligible for the free flu vaccine are being urged to get immunised.
The CEO health said that during ongoing campaign a total of 577,751 children would be immunised, for which 480 teams were in the field.
Did any DHB undertake research through the last "influenza season", comparing immunised with non-immunised staff (minus high-risk staff, such as those with chronic respiratory conditions)?
He will then be treated as an index case here where he will be isolated, immunised and those who came in contact with him will be immunised as the inactive virus will stimulate the body to develop an antigen against it.
There were 288 cases in England in April - the most recorded in a month and proof the problem has spread from Wales, where 60,000 have been immunised.