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immune

Med protected against a specific disease by inoculation or as the result of innate or acquired resistance

immune

[i′myün]
(immunology)
Safe from attack; protected against a disease by an innate or an acquired immunity.
Pertaining to or conferring immunity.
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The final set of questions concerned the respondent's own personal experiences of immunisation and whether this had affected their decision to immunise their child.
She said the country has two million doses of anti-viral drugs to immunise adults and 500,000 for children.
Parents are being warned to immunise their children against measles in the wake of an outbreak of the disease in parts of the country.