vaccinated

IPA: vˈæksʌneɪtɪd

adjective

  • Having received or inoculated with a vaccine.

Examples of "vaccinated" in Sentences

  • The doctor vaccinated the children.
  • Still, whether or not to have a child vaccinated is a decision that every parent has the right to make.
  • Taylor then examined the incidence and age at diagnosis of autism in vaccinated and unvaccinated children.
  • So getting more people vaccinated is important, and for the first year, we're recommending that virtually everyone get a flu vaccine, everyone over the age of six months.
  • In addition, there were more cases of pnuemonia in vaccinated children than in controls - 16 vaccine recipients (0.05%) and 6 in the control group (0.02%) - also very small absolute differences, not enough to get anxious about.
  • Ask Congress to reenact legislation that would eliminate mercury and other toxins from our children's vaccines, study the instance of autism and other neurological disorders in vaccinated versus unvaccinated children, and to extend the statute of limitations to allow all children affected by vaccine-induced autism to file in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP).

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