- immunization /im-yuh-nuh-ZEY-shuhn/
- utilization /yoo-tuh-lai-ZEY-shuhn/
- endeavor /en-DEV-er/
- revoke /ri-VOHK/
- subsequent /SUHB-si-kwuhnt/
[noun] – the process of protecting a person or animal from an infectious disease by putting a substance into the body that makes it produce antibodies
The immunization programs were effective in most cities.
[noun] – the use of something
The utilization of electronic devices has a high percentage in the whole country.
[noun] – an attempt to do something
The organization’s feeding program endeavor was successful.
[verb] – to say officially that an agreement, permission, a law, etc. is no longer in effect
Trevor revoked his resignation after a discussion with the management.
[adjective] – happening after something else
The proposal will be checked and discussed in subsequent meetings.
The country’s vaccination endeavors were delayed because of postponed delivery and hesitancy among its people. Resistance party Kuomintang (KMT) blames the vaccine as dangerous and was presented too soon in the market. Two individuals from the party sought a court to revoke the endorsement because of inadequate testing. Nonetheless, 700,000 residents signed up for the Medigen immunization. It requires a second dose 28 days after the primary shot. The public authority has ordered 5 million doses but declared that it will not force individuals to get the vaccine. Under 5% of Taiwan’s populace of 23.5 million are completely vaccinated, and approximately 40% are yet to get the subsequent dose.
- Does your country have any locally-made COVID-19 vaccine? Please tell me more about it.
- Please share an instance wherein vaccine distribution got delayed in your country.
- If you were a citizen of Taiwan, would you be hesitant to get the Medigen vaccine? Why or why not?
- In your opinion, why did Taiwan’s government allowed the Medigen vaccine distribution despite not having finished testings yet?
- What are the possible risks of administering vaccines or medicines that are yet to finish testings?
- side effect