Vaccines play a crucial role in protecting individuals and communities from various infectious diseases. They are a safe and effective way to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria that can cause severe illness or even death. By introducing a weakened or inactivated form of the pathogen or a small component of it into the body, vaccines stimulate the immune system to produce a response, including the production of antibodies. This immune response helps the body recognize and fight off the actual disease if exposed to it in the future. Vaccines have been instrumental in eradicating or significantly reducing the incidence of deadly diseases such as smallpox and polio, and continue to provide protection against diseases like measles, influenza, and hepatitis. They have proven to be one of the most successful public health interventions, saving countless lives and preventing the spread of infectious diseases worldwide.

Proper handling and preservation of vaccines in order to maintain their effectiveness and safety is important. Vaccines are sensitive to temperature and can lose their potency if not stored within specific temperature ranges. They need to be stored in refrigerators or freezers with temperature monitoring systems to ensure that they are kept at the recommended temperatures. Additionally, vaccines should be protected from light, moisture, and contamination. Proper storage of vaccines is crucial to maintaining their quality and efficacy, and plays a vital role in successful immunization programs.

Cold chain products like insulins, vaccines etc. are available for pickup only.

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