Vaccination is the introduction into the body of a substance recognized by our immunity as the causative agent of an infectious disease, due to which the body develops an immune response, leading to the creation of antibodies capable of neutralizing the infectious agent in future penetrations.
The body’s ability to fight external pathogens is primarily affected by the characteristics of the body. Most of the vaccinated people do not get sick upon contact with the pathogen, but nevertheless, the risk of the disease is not completely excluded, however, the disease in such cases is milder, and the risk of complications is also significantly reduced.
Diseases such as polio and smallpox, as well as preventable childhood infections, which not so long ago caused the death and severe disability of many people, have been eradicated through vaccination.
Many citizens choose proven European vaccinations approved by WHO.