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      Thomas Carr

        First things first, what is the difference between a Vaccination and an Immunization

        – Vaccination is the term used for getting a vaccine — that is, having the injection or taking an oral vaccine dose.

        – Immunisation refers to the process of both getting the vaccine and becoming immune to the disease following vaccination.

        – Some vaccines work after one dose, but others require more doses to be effective, and for some you need a ‘booster’ after a certain period, to restore your immunity to disease, which can lessen over time.

        Essentially a vaccination comes first and that immunizes you.

        Source: Immunisation or vaccination – what’s the difference?

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