Facts About Vaccine
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(1) As of 2019, there have been six vaccines, and they are for the human papillomavirus (HPV), hepatitis E, enterovirus 71, malaria, dengue fever and Ebola.
(2) The influenza (the flu) vaccine is an annual vaccine that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends for everyone that is six months or older. It protects against the strains of influenza expected appear during the annual flu season. Due to the rapid mutations of the influenza virus, vaccination is required annually.
(3) The smallpox vaccination resulted in the eradication of the smallpox virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported the last naturally occurring smallpox case was in October 1997 and officially declared the disease eradicated worldwide in 1980.
(4) The polio vaccination has virtually eliminated polio virus infections. However, it’s not yet eradicated and appears in countries with low vaccination rates and poor healthcare systems.
(5) Herd immunity is the concept that if most of the population is vaccinated from a specific disease that the minority of the population that isn’t vaccinated is less likely to be infected, since the disease has less hosts to spread among the total population.
(6) A common myth is vaccines can cause autism in children. Extensive testing and research have proven there is no link between autism and vaccines.
(7) Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to a human.
(8) A vaccine can be administered (given) by a shot, orally (via the mouth) or inhalation (via the nose).
(9) The first vaccine created was for the smallpox virus in 1796, by English physician Edward Jenner.
(10) The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that vaccines help prevent over 2.5 million deaths every year.
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