The Difference Between People Who Inject Immunizations And Those Who Don’t?
I want to ask, am I doing a small research about the differences between people who use immunizations and people who don’t use immunizations?
Immunization is one way to prevent transmission of the disease. There are 5 immunizations that must be done in Indonesia, namely BCG, hepatitis B, DPT-Hib, polio, and MR. Besides that there are still several types of immunizations that are not mandatory but are recommended.
Immunization must be done at the age of 0-9 months, then there is an additional immunization booster at the age of 18 months. Children who are immunized will be far less likely to contract the disease, if they are infected, the symptoms are generally lighter and get better faster. This also applies to adult vaccinations.
Whereas children who are not immunized will be at far greater risk for contracting the disease with more severe symptoms and more at risk of complications. In addition to having an effect on the child concerned, if the child is already infected with the disease, it can also transmit the disease to the children in the vicinity and it is feared that it could become an epidemic.
Therefore, it is highly recommended to carry out compulsory immunization in children.
Hope it helps you,