Vaccinating children against preventable diseases is not only necessary but also dangerous. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Vaccinating children are becoming increasingly unpopular in some demographic regions. These people believe that it is not only unnecessary, but
dangerous. But is
really dangerous?
essay will discuss why
assumption is not only incorrect, but
why getting
is critical for controlling spreadable diseases. Parents are always wary of their children and they naturally feel protective of them. They always want the best and the right things for their children.
, the idea of injecting their kids with unknown compounds is a concern for them. Rightfully so, there have been few unfortunate instances where kids have been adversely affected by the
confirms their opinion that
in addition
to being unnecessary it is
hazardous and no parent’s in their right mind would allow it to be done their children.
, these are exceptional cases, and in reality
is very important.
has helped in eradicating many spreadable diseases, and
as a result
, those diseases no longer exist.
For instance
, diseases
as polio and chicken pox have been completely extinct due to
implies that the number of death's prevented by
far outweighs the exceptional cases of its adverse effects.
, it plays a vital role in keeping the kid's healthy and disease free.
essay discussed that people who are against
have a flawed understanding of
and underestimate the effects of what they believe. In my opinion, vaccinating children is an absolute imperative
that is
entirely justified despite the small and occasional risks involved.

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