unvaccinated


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unvaccinated

(ʌnˈvæksɪˌneɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Medicine) (of a person or animal) not having been inoculated with a vaccine
2. (Zoology) (of a person or animal) not having been inoculated with a vaccine
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unvaccinated - not vaccinatedunvaccinated - not vaccinated      
susceptible - (often followed by `of' or `to') yielding readily to or capable of; "susceptible to colds"; "susceptible of proof"
Translations

unvaccinated

adj no vacunado, sin vacunar
References in periodicals archive ?
If even 5-10 percent of our otherwise healthy population are unvaccinated, all it takes is one traveler with measles introducing measles to that 10 percent, plus those unvaccinated due to their lowered immune system, add a handful who might get it even when vaccinated, and the result is our largest measles outbreak to date."
Not only is an unvaccinated child unprotected against harmful and contagious diseases (such as measles, whooping cough and chickenpox), those who skip vaccines also pose a risk of transmitting diseases to other patients, she pointed out.
Nearly three in 10 parents say their child's primary care office should ask parents who refuse all vaccines to find another health care provider, but roughly the same number of parents say the primary care office should allow the unvaccinated child to continue getting care with no restrictions.
The UK has the third highest number of unvaccinated youngsters in wealthy nations, according to data from the World Health Organisation and Unicef.
It means 60,000 children were unvaccinated in 2018, 6000 more than in 2013, and nearly 600,000 did not get a first measles dose from 2010 to 2018.
A Kentucky appeals court has sided with state health officials in regards to how they handled a chickenpox outbreak and choice to bar unvaccinated students.
Pediatric herpes zoster declined by 72% in the years following introduction of routine varicella vaccination, with the rates in vaccinated children 78% lower than those in unvaccinated children.
Researchers found that, overall, HZ risk is much lower in vaccinated than unvaccinated children.
Published in April in The BMJ, the study found that when compared to unvaccinated women born in 1988, vaccinated women born in 1995 and 1996 showed an 89% reduction in abnormalities that lead to cervical cancer.
The WHO says the number of unvaccinated individuals in a given country should not exceed 6-8 percent of the population in order to avoid widespread outbreaks.
The OIE requires countries to demonstrate no infection with FMD virus in unvaccinated animals after ending vaccination for 12 months.