National Immunization Month

Did you know the first vaccine was invented in 1796? Vaccines have revolutionized global health, eradicating viruses like smallpox and nearly eliminating poliovirus – diseases that previously killed millions of people. The number of people contracting preventable infectious diseases like measles, diphtheria, and whooping cough is at an all-time low, thanks to vaccines.

Many have suffered in the last few years because of the respiratory disease COVID-19. Since the creation of its vaccine; vaccinations, and vaccines have been a common conversation topic. There has been confusion and misunderstandings about them. But what’s essential to know is that vaccinations are an important part of public health. Vaccines prevent the spread of contagious, dangerous, and deadly diseases.

All immunizations work in the same way. The vaccination uses your body’s immune system to increase protection against infections before you come into contact with it. Immunization is one of the best ways you can protect yourself, your children, and future generations from infectious diseases.