vaccinator

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From vaccinate +‎ -or.

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vaccinator ‎(plural vaccinators)

  1. A person or agent that administers vaccines.
    • 2009 February 6, Leslie Roberts, “POLIO ERADICATION: Looking for a Little Luck”, in Science[1], volume 323, number 5915, DOI:10.1126/science.323.5915.702, pages 702-705:
      In mid-2007, GPEI thought it had made significant headway; a "third party" had brokered an agreement with the Taliban to let polio vaccinators work unimpeded.

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