⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'vaccinate' from English to French
VERB   to vaccinate | vaccinated | vaccinated
vaccinating | vaccinates
SYNO to immunise | to immunize | to inoculate | ...
vacciner qn./qc.
to vaccinate sb./sth.
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Translation for 'vaccinate' from English to French

to vaccinate sb./sth.
vacciner qn./qc.méd.
Usage Examples English
  • In 2011 an experiment began which would try to vaccinate the central chimpanzees, this experiment was performed on six central chimpanzees.
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) initiated the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) in May 1974 with the objective to vaccinate children throughout the world.
  • A pavilion at The Showgrounds was being used to vaccinate people against the COVID-19 virus in 2021.
  • On 19 July 2021 HMNZS "Wellington" delivered 120 vials of the Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to Tokelau's Nukunonu atoll, which is sufficient to vaccinate 720 people.
  • On March 22, 2021, Governor Cuomo lowered the minimum age to be vaccinated to 50 years and pharmacies are allowed to vaccinate almost eligible New Yorkers.
  • Tuilaepa said he would propose legislation that would penalise parents who refused to vaccinate their children. The Samoan government allocated US$2.5 million for relief work.
  • Many parents do not vaccinate their children because they feel that diseases are no longer present due to vaccination.
  • As part of efforts to vaccinate every child in Nigeria, the World Health Organization has supported the Nigerian Government to vaccinate as many alamajiri children in the northern part of Nigeria as possible.
  • Embark conducts catch-neuter-vaccinate-release programmes to control the homeless dog population and has a pet ambulance that rescues injured street dogs for free.
  • During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic and under new NRL biosecurity measures Kelly refused to vaccinate against the flu.
  • 2004: The strategy to vaccinate children in transit is launched. Rotary International hosts its hugely successful Polio Summit the second time.
  • Poxvirus recombinant vectors have been implemented to successfully vaccinate against heterologous bacterial, viral, and parasitic pathogens upon use in animals (e.g. raccoons) and humans.
  • SAMS has helped vaccinate over 1.4 million Syrian children against polio as part of the Polio Control Task Force.
  • In some cases, it is preferable to vaccinate as many people as possible within the geographic area of known infection (geographically-targeted reactive vaccination).
  • Reiss's academic work has addressed some of the legal issues surrounding vaccination, one of her main arguments being that parents who do not vaccinate their children should be liable if their child transmits a vaccine-preventable disease to other people.
  • In December 1984 he launched a program to vaccinate all children against killer diseases, urging parents to take advantage.
  • For example, one study reported a number needed to vaccinate of 5206 for invasive pneumococcal disease.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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