Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Vaccination"

The meaning of "Vaccination" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does vaccination rollout mean?
A: Thank you so much for your help!:)
Q: What does vaccination drive mean?
A: It’s kind of like a blood drive except they are giving vaccines. Basically it’s a free service where volunteers are going around giving people vaccines if they want them.
Q: What does it's had all the vaccination

i cant understand the situation
does it mean a company has all the vaccine?

thanks :) mean?
A: Usually when someone is saying "it's had all the vaccinations" they are referring to there pet.

Example sentences using "Vaccination"

Q: Please show me example sentences with vaccination.
A: I made an appointment for my vaccination on Thursday.

My friend got her vaccination yesterday.

The vaccination is an important thing for everybody to have done.

My vaccination was painless.

My friends and family have all had their vaccinations done already.

Did your newborn get his or her vaccination already?

The nurse will administer the vaccination quickly.

How do you give someone a vaccination?

Will this nurse be doing my vaccination?

Many people are waiting to get their vaccinations done next week.

Tomorrow, I will finally get my vaccination at noon.

Hope these help! Using statements with "vaccination" sound more formal than just saying"vaccine".

I'm going to get the vaccine next month. (informal)

I will get my vaccination done next month. (formal)

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Q: Please show me example sentences with vaccination .
A: "I went to the doctors for my yearly vaccination."

Synonyms of "Vaccination" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between get vaccination and get vaccinated ?
A: vaccination - the process or an act of giving someone a vaccine.

vaccinated - to give someone a vaccine, usually by injection, to prevent them from getting a disease.
Q: What is the difference between vaccination and inoculation ?
A: Same thing. To inoculate/vaccinate is to give someone a vaccine.
Q: What is the difference between get a vaccination and get vaccination ?
A: The correct way to say it would be “get vaccinated” or “get a vaccine”
Q: What is the difference between vaccination and inoculation ?
A: Hi! Both mean the same thing, however vaccination is much more common :)

Translations of "Vaccination"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (after covid19 vaccination)関節が痛いです。悪寒、微熱があります。
A: my joints hurt. I have chills, and a slight fever.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I finally got first vaccination today.

Is it correct!?
A: I finally got my first vaccination today.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I got covid-19 vaccination
A: 나는 코 비드 백신을 받았다

I received the covid vaccine
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? outstanding vaccination
A: Do you mean pronunciation? Otherwise, as a phrase, these two together do not make sense. The words are unrelated.

Other questions about "Vaccination"

Q: I received a vaccination yesterday.
Then today, I got a fever due to the side effects of the vaccine.
I am really worried about next vaccination. Does this sound natural?
A: × I received a vaccination yesterday.
✓ I received a vaccination yesterday,

× Then today, I got a fever due to the side effects of the vaccine.
✓ then today I got a fever due to the side effects of the vaccine.

× I am really worried about next vaccination.
✓ I am really worried about the next vaccination.

Q: I got the COVID-19 vaccination at Rakuten Crimson House in Futako-tamagawa.
The rumors were true; Rakuten Group Company's official language was English only, all the text was in English. Does this sound natural?
A: I got the COVID-19 vaccine at Rakuten Crimson House in Futako-Tamagawa.
The rumors were true; Rakuten Group Company's official language was English only, all the texts were in English.
Q: The vaccinations keep being delayed and people aged 60 and over only have been vaccinated

Please correct it naturally :)
A: The vaccinations keep being delayed and only people aged 60 and over have been vaccinated
Q: The COVID-19 vaccination has started since March in Japan. But now on May, the vaccination for elderly people is just getting started. The level of vaccination rate in Japan is very low in comparison with the other developed countries. We all hope that the vaccination widely spread even a day earlier and that this pandemic is getting to be suppressed as soon as possible. Does this sound natural?
A: × The COVID-19 vaccination has started since March in Japan.
✓ COVID-19 vaccinations have started in Japan since March. (this emphasizes March more than Japan, to help your next point about how slowly vaccinations are rolling out even by May.)

× But now on May, the vaccination for elderly people is just getting started.
✓ But (even) now in May, vaccinations for the elderly are just getting started.

× The level of vaccination rate in Japan is very low in comparison with the other developed countries.
✓ The vaccination rate in Japan is still very low in comparison to other developed countries. (level and rate are repeating each other here, rate is the better of the two).

× We all hope that the vaccination widely spread even a day earlier and that this pandemic is getting to be suppressed as soon as possible.
✓ We all hope for vaccinations to be more widespread, by even a day earlier, and that this pandemic will be on its way to being suppressed as soon as possible.

Very important topic, I appreciated this one!
Q: I haven't had vaccination for flu. Does this sound natural?
A: I haven't had a vaccination for the flu.

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