Dosis vaksin dengue perlu dipenuhi agar efektif miliki kekebalan DBD

Dengue fever, also known as DBD, is a serious mosquito-borne disease that affects millions of people worldwide every year. In Indonesia, dengue cases are on the rise, with thousands of reported cases annually. To combat this deadly disease, vaccination has been recommended as one of the most effective ways to prevent dengue fever.

One crucial aspect of dengue vaccination is ensuring that individuals receive the proper dosage of the vaccine. The dengue vaccine is typically administered in two doses, with the second dose given 6 months after the first dose. It is essential that individuals receive both doses to ensure maximum protection against dengue fever.

Research has shown that individuals who receive both doses of the dengue vaccine have a significantly lower risk of developing severe dengue fever compared to those who only receive one dose or none at all. This highlights the importance of completing the full vaccination schedule to achieve optimal immunity against dengue.

In addition to receiving the proper dosage of the vaccine, it is also essential to follow other preventive measures to reduce the risk of dengue fever. This includes eliminating mosquito breeding sites, using mosquito repellent, and wearing long sleeves and pants to prevent mosquito bites.

By ensuring that individuals receive the proper dosage of the dengue vaccine and following other preventive measures, we can effectively reduce the burden of dengue fever in Indonesia and protect the population from this deadly disease. Let’s work together to achieve herd immunity and create a dengue-free Indonesia.