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Yes. Children pick up more antigens from daily activities than they get from vaccines. Their immune systems are used to this and can handle it. During testing, they make sure vaccines are safe to give at the same time as other approved vaccines. A lot of research goes into when children should get vaccines to make sure they get them before they are at highest risk. For example, we give Tdap to pregnant people and during infancy because whooping cough can be very dangerous for small babies.