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  1. herd im·mu·ni·ty

    noun

    • 1. resistance to the spread of an infectious disease within a population that is based on pre-existing immunity of a high proportion of individuals as a result of previous infection or vaccination: "the level of vaccination needed to achieve herd immunity varies by disease but ranges from 83 to 94 percent"
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