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During the sixteenth century, people start getting infected by communicable disease known as smallpox.
Variolation was used as a defence mechanism against smallpox. It was done when one slept next to or wore the clothes of the infected.
We'll let people sleep next to her so they get part of the virus, which will let them be immune to smallpox.
Look what your stupid idea has done? How many people are dead now?
So you had cowpox and now you can't get smallpox anymore?
Edward Jenner, a well-known scientist, interrogated previously infected people on how they recovered.
Yes, I guess.
Edward Jenner modifies variolation into a smallpox vaccine. He introduces it to people.
The community's theory was that Jenner's vaccine would turn them into a cow as it contained cowpox viruses.
Are you going to use Jenner's vaccine?
No, I'm not taking any risks of turning into a cow.
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