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having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease

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With a four-fold increase in the number of people suffering from flu since the start of the year, Public Health Minister Aileen Campbell said: "It is vitally important that people are aware of the steps they can take to avoid being struck down by flu and realise it's not too late to get immunised.
With a four-fold increase in the number of people suffering from flu since the start of the year, Public Health Minister Aileen Campbell is urging everyone eligible for the free flu vaccine to get immunised.
Since 1 January 2016, rates of fully immunised children have increased since the introduction of No Jab, No Pay in January 2016, to 93.
He also urged religious scholars, elected representatives, NGOs and local community to make this campaign successful by involving their all possible efforts so that the children of whole district could be immunised against this crippling disease.
If you think your child may not be immunised, book an appointment.
Scots NHS boards will offer it to those who have not been fully immunised.
They were also asked whether they felt that the health professional that had last immunised their child was both 'knowledgeable' and 'competent'.
However, adults can also catch measles if they have not had it before or have not been immunised against it.
It's known as the purple pinkie project because, to confirm that a child has been immunised, its little finger is dipped into purple ink.
Once a person is immunised with the H1N1 vaccine it takes on average two to three weeks to develop immunity.
Next week "priority" patients are due to start being called to GPs' surgeries to be immunised against the highly contagious H1N1 virus, which has been linked to nine deaths in the West Midands since the outbreak began in May.
Three-quarters of girls aged 12 to 13 were fully immunised against HPV - the virus which can lead to cervical cancer.
Since October, more than 157 million children in India have been immunised against polio.
The number of suspected cases is rising in the West midlands and the Health Protection Agency is stressing the importance of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination and is calling for parents to get their children immunised with two doses of the vaccine.
Specialists have been predicting a surge in cases for some time since people were put off having their children immunised with the triple measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) jab over fears it could bring on autism or bowel problems.