Immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease. It helps avert thousands of childhood deaths.
According to World Health Organization (WHO), each year through immunization, more than 2 million child deaths could be prevented across the globe.
Here are some points on why immunization is important:
Prevents spread of diseases
Immunization prevents spreading of the disease as the risk of an epidemic is less, if a person is vaccinated.
Saves time and money
If a person is vaccinated timely, then the risk of developing infectious diseases which can take a toll on your finance as well as your precious time is saved.
With the help of immunization, polio has been eradicated to some extent. We will be able to eradicate other infectious diseases completely if we continue to practice immunization.
Saves a child’s life
Immunization helps to protect your child against various infectious diseases.
Safe and effective
As various medical professionals have all the vaccines, so all of them that are given to children are completely safe and effective.