Herd immunity protects a whole community from disease by immunizing a critical mass of its populace. Vaccination protects more than just the vaccinated person. By breaking the chain of an infection's transmission, vaccination can also protect people who haven't been immunized.
vaccineswork: How vaccines work for a communityEver wondered why people talk about immunisation as being important for a community, as well as for an individual? The effect in question is called herd immunity, and it means that when a group is mostly immunised, those who can’t get vaccinated are much better protected from harm since the disease isn’t as easily passed on.Thanks to Dr Nathan Boostra for reminding us of this great graphic on Twitter!
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Don't let anyone bully you about vaccines. Vaccine induced herd immunity is impossible. When it comes to natural immunity, the theory has clout but it can never work with vaccines because vaccines are not effective.