Immunisation is the process by which a person attains immunity or resistance against infectious diseases through vaccinations. A vaccine is a suspension of dead or weakened disease-producing cells (antigen). Vaccination is the process of administering the vaccine into your body. These inactivated cells stimulate your body’s immune system. Once vaccinated, your immune system remembers that particular antigen and can combat it again later in your life.
Immunisation for Your Child
Immunisation, also called vaccination, is a medical process to make your child immune or resistant to infections or diseases by administering a vaccine.