Giving a boost to our elderly's immunity


Vaccination is one way of giving our elderly a boost to their immunity against certain infectious diseases. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

Older people are generally more vulnerable to any type of virus, compared to those from younger population groups.

Thus, it only makes sense that if the most vulnerable are vaccinated, the risk of other people passing the virus on to them is greatly reduced.

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