Vaccines protect our future. Diseases like polio are rare today because of the steps our parents and grandparents took to get vaccinated.
A child who is vaccinated not only protects themselves from diseases, but also the people around them. It may be hard to imagine right now, but by vaccinating your child, you’re also helping to protect your future grandchildren, and their future children too. By making the decision to vaccinate, you’ll be making a difference for generations to come.
Think of vaccines as antivirus protection software, and diseases like a virus (or a link that messes up your electronic devices when you click on it). All it takes is one click of a link, or one case of a rare disease, to quickly get out of control.
It’s a lot easier to prevent an infection than try to fix it or stop it from spreading.