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What is the importance of childhood immunisation programmes?


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Immunization:

  1. Immunization is also known as vaccination.
  2. Vaccines encourage the production of antibodies that help the body fight infection.

Importance of childhood immunization programs:

  1. Some infectious infections can kill children or harm their health in the long run.
  2. To combat certain diseases, a child's immune system requires assistance.
  3. Some infectious diseases are protected by vaccination.
  4. Childhood immunisation is critical in public health programs because if a child contracts a disease later in life, he or she may pass it on to others.
  5. Vaccines prevent them from contracting the disease and spreading it to others in their early years.

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