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Forget no jab no pay schemes
Forget ‘no jab, no pay’ schemes, there are better ways to boost vaccination.
How do vaccines work?
From the WHO (World Health Organisation)
This article is part of a series of explainers on vaccine development and distribution.
Vaccines and immunization: What is vaccination?
Read more about vaccines on the Official Vaccines page from the World Health Organization. Info on Initiatives, Diseases, Impact and Common FAQs on Vaccines and Immunization.
Vaccination greatly reduces disease, disability, death and inequity worldwide
Vaccination has greatly reduced the burden of infectious diseases. Only clean water, also considered to be a basic human right, performs better.
The Benefits of Vaccination Outweigh the Risks
Measles is not as devastating as smallpox or polio but it is a preventable disease, thanks to vaccinations.
Not everyone agrees, unfortunately.
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