[ vˈaksɪnə͡l], [ vˈaksɪnəl], [ v_ˈa_k_s_ɪ_n_əl]
How to use "Vaccinal" in context?
Vaccination is a process of protecting oneself from diseases by using vaccines. The theory is that by doing so, you generate immunity to the disease. Vaccines have been around for centuries and have drastically reduced the number of deadly diseases in the world. Vaccines are made up of pieces of the germs that cause the diseases. When a person is vaccinated, their immune system is stimulated to produce immunity to the disease.
There are a few basic types of vaccines: injection, tablet, nasal spray, and DNA vaccines. Injection vaccines are the most common. They are given by a doctor through a vein in your arm.
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