Prof.Dr. Esin Şenol stated that antibiotics have lost their effect and said that adults can be protected from many diseases such as hepatitis A, hepatitis B, flu and pneumonia with vaccines. Organized the Adult Immunization Symposium. Heading the symposium, which aimed to increase the awareness of doctors about vaccination, Prof. Dr. Esin Şenol explained that adults should get vaccinated. Noting that diseases such as flu are no longer fatal with vaccination, Şenol said, “Due to antibiotic resistance, especially patients in intensive care units lose their lives from preventable diseases. However, diseases such as influenza and pneumonia are no longer fatal with vaccination. Pneumonia causes 1 million 600 thousand deaths per year. Influenza It causes between 20 thousand and 40 thousand deaths and more than 500 thousand hospitalizations. A study conducted in Canada shows that the flu can be fatal by more than 10 percent, especially in people over the age of 65. These figures, which are related to the world, also indicate the importance of vaccines in terms of public health. It makes it clear,” he said.