national immunization awareness week
For more than 200 years, vaccines have been saving lives around the world. When children get vaccinated against a disease, they build up their immunity, making them stronger and more resistant to that disease. Getting vaccinated helps their body make antibodies that fight specific diseases, giving their immune system a boost.
It's National Immunization Awareness Week, and UNICEF is reporting the failure of Canada to achieve the 95 per cent immunization rate required to protect the community. All it takes is one infected person to travel from an area where the disease is rampant to an area at risk, and we will have an outbreak. It is also no wonder that in the wake of actual conspiracies on the part of industry to hide the dangers of smoking, and acid rain or other environmental pollutants, we have a rise of a belief in phantasmal conspiracies from other big corporations.