Vaccines have risen to the limelight in recent years, but their history is much longer than that. Ever since the first vaccination was scientifically documented in 1798, they have reshaped the landscape of human health and medicine. The impacts of vaccines have ranged from the eradication of polio in the US and the 1980 eradication of smallpox worldwide, to prevention of cancer of the liver and the cervix and now it has being the fundamental key to controlling COVID-19. In fact, vaccines have been so influential that some scientists consider them among the greatest successes in public health.
But not everyone shares this optimistic view of vaccines.
Please do share your point of views on the impact vaccines have on COVID and reasoning behind this.
I believe in vaccinations Hence ill be saying 5 key points as to why vaccination is good.