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Vaccinations protect a child from diseases like measles, polio, measles, tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough. Because of the proper vaccination schedule, the incidence of most of these diseases is very less. A vaccine is an inactive form of the virus that causes the illness. When a child is administered a vaccine, the body develops antibodies, which are useful when the child is actually exposed to the disease. Vaccinations are completed between birth and 6 years of age. Many vaccines need to be given in more than one dose, so it is essential to keep a track on the vaccination schedule.