alexa Prevention of Small pox in Ancient Times

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Prevention of Small pox in Ancient Times

In the event of an outbreak, people who had smallpox would be kept isolated to control the spread of the virus. Anyone who had contact with someone who developed an infection would need the smallpox vaccine, which can prevent or lessen the severity of the disease if given within four days of exposure to the smallpox virus.The vaccine uses a live virus that's related to smallpox, and it can cause serious complications, such as infections affecting the heart or brain. That's why a general vaccination program for everyone isn't recommended at this time. The potential risks of the vaccine outweigh the benefits, in the absence of an actual smallpox outbreak.

 
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