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Vaccinations slow or stop the spread of diseases by
reducing the size of the susceptible population.
increasing the number of reservoirs.
increasing the rate of recovery.
reducing the virulence of the disease.
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Vaccinations slow or stop the spread of diseases by reducing the size of the susceptible population. increasing the number of reservoirs. increasing the rate of recovery. reducing the virulence of the disease.

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