vaccinate against

vaccinate (someone or an animal) against something

to inoculate or immunize someone or an animal against some disease. They had to vaccinate us against yellow fever. The vet vaccinated the horse against everything that threatened it.
See also: vaccinate

vaccinate against

or vaccinate for
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To give someone a vaccination to produce immunity to some infectious disease: The doctor vaccinated the child against measles. The dog has been vaccinated for rabies.
See also: vaccinate
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Summary: A national campaign to vaccinate against polio gained momentum Friday as the effort to immunize children spread to more areas of the country.
BEIRUT: A national campaign to vaccinate against polio gained momentum Friday as the effort to immunize children spread to more areas of the country.
Elly Pittaway, from Broad Lane Vets, said: "For every dog we vaccinate against Kennel Cough, 25p will be donated.
Perry signed an executive order requiring the shots, but many legislators opposed the move, saying parents should decide whether to vaccinate against a sexually transmitted disease.
Researchers in England randomly chose 119 infants to vaccinate against group C meningitis in a series of shots.
That is why the Rabbit Welfare Fund (RWF) is stressing the need to vaccinate against these diseases before more bunnies die from them.
Rite Aid Pharmacists Ready to Vaccinate Against Whooping Cough, Meningitis, Hepatitis B, HPV and More
tuberculosis control strategy "If you could vaccinate against many diseases in one fell swoop, would the advantages of BCG outweigh the disadvantages?
Rite Aid pharmacists can vaccinate against shingles in 27 of the 31 states where stores are located including: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Washington.
Vaccinia, the workhorse virus used to vaccinate against smallpox, is under investigation as a carrier of genetic material from other ogranisms.
A new early warning diagnostic system that gives veterinarians more time to vaccinate against spreading diseases was introduced to the swine industry today by the University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at the Allen D.
DNA vaccines are very promising because they tend to be stable, offer long-term immunity and provide the opportunity to vaccinate against multiple diseases in a single inoculation.
In agriculture, Infigen's genomic platform should enable production of forages (plants) containing gene(s) that allow animals to self vaccinate against diseases and parasites.