English words and Examples of Usage

use "vaccine" in a sentence

And this was the fastest vaccine ever produced,"" he added."

'That’s the first time we see no protection given by the vaccine.'

For this reason, the flu vaccine needs to be created anew each year.

She recommends that everyone six months old or older get the vaccine.

Simor agreed with Chan's assessment of the vaccine as a game changer.

Some parents argue that the vaccine is more dangerous than the disease.

Health officials say the measles vaccine is one of the safest out there.

There is currently no cure or vaccine that can protect people from Mers.

The vaccine is likely to be the world's first licensed shot for malaria.

There will be another epidemic if there's not a vaccine to prevent this.

It pays damages to people who can show they've been injured by a vaccine.

It might be asking too much to expect them to pay for the vaccine.

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Léger said most of those affected were up to date on their vaccine status.

The vaccine isn't 100 percent effective and most U.S. kids are vaccinated.

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