Definitions

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  • adjective Not having been immunized.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ immunized

Examples

  • Treatment for the diseases cost much more than the vaccines, so the unimmunized child's family or society will bear these costs.

    Vaccines and Society

  • Studies have shown that unimmunized children are more likely to get vaccine-preventable diseases if there is an outbreak than those who have been immunized.

    Vaccines and Society

  • Like many global health professionals, I've spent days traveling by airplane, bus, motorcycle and foot to remote villages in Africa and Asia, only to find Coca-Cola distribution businesses thriving, while children visiting health centers remain unimmunized and without essential medicines.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • For Allan LaReau of Kalamazoo, Mich., and his 11 colleagues at Bronson Rambling Road Pediatrics, who chose in 2010 to stop working with vaccine-refusing families, a major factor was the concern that unimmunized children could pose a danger in the waiting room to infants or sick children who haven't yet been fully vaccinated.

    More Doctors 'Fire' Vaccine Refusers

  • Herd immunity occurs when a high-enough percentage of a population has been successfully vaccinated to create a barrier in which the immune members of society protect the unimmunized by making it impossible for a virus to spread in the first place.

    The Panic Virus

  • Like many global health professionals, I've spent days traveling by airplane, bus, motorcycle and foot to remote villages in Africa and Asia, only to find Coca-Cola distribution businesses thriving, while children visiting health centers remain unimmunized and without essential medicines.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • Like many global health professionals, I've spent days traveling by airplane, bus, motorcycle and foot to remote villages in Africa and Asia, only to find Coca-Cola distribution businesses thriving, while children visiting health centers remain unimmunized and without essential medicines.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • Herd immunity occurs when a high-enough percentage of a population has been successfully vaccinated to create a barrier in which the immune members of society protect the unimmunized by making it impossible for a virus to spread in the first place.

    The Panic Virus

  • Like many global health professionals, I've spent days traveling by airplane, bus, motorcycle and foot to remote villages in Africa and Asia, only to find Coca-Cola distribution businesses thriving, while children visiting health centers remain unimmunized and without essential medicines.

    Dr. Orin Levine: What Can Global Health Learn From Coca-Cola?

  • Herd immunity occurs when a high-enough percentage of a population has been successfully vaccinated to create a barrier in which the immune members of society protect the unimmunized by making it impossible for a virus to spread in the first place.

    The Panic Virus

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