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World Immunization Day 2022

The role of vaccines against the Covid-19 virus has once again proved the importance of immunization. As we celebrate the World Immunization Day, let's understand the role of vaccination.

Immunization is a cornerstone of public health, saving millions of lives every year. Vaccines work with your body's defence system to build protection and reduce risks of getting an illness. When you get a shot, your immune system is activated to create protective antibodies that help it fight off infections. World immunization day is observed on November 10 every year to highlight that importance of getting vaccinated and how it has helped eradicate several diseases. Spearheaded by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO), the theme for this year’s World Immunization Week is #LongLifeForAll.

This year’s theme highlights the immense historic achievements of vaccinations across the globe. For over two centuries, vaccines have helped protect children and adults from serious and deadly diseases. Vaccines are among the most advanced achievements of modern science, decreasing by half infant mortality and saving millions of lives throughout the world.

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