vaccination


vaccination
noun
ADJECTIVE
flu, measles, MMR, rubella, smallpox, etc.
routine
emergency
compulsory, mandatory (esp. AmE)
voluntary
mass, widespread
childhood
booster

I had a routine tetanus booster vaccination last year.

VERB + VACCINATION
have
give sb
VACCINATION + NOUN
campaign, programme/program, schedule (esp. AmE)
rate

Vaccination rates remain below 75% of the at-risk adult population.

PREPOSITION
vaccination against

a vaccination against tetanus


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