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Queen Mary II of England died in 1694 from which vaccine-preventable disease?
c. Varicella (chickenpox)
Supplementary information: The correct answer is D. Mary was born in 1662 and was the daughter of King James II of England. In 1689, Mary became the Queen of England, Ireland and Scotland; she succumbed to smallpox in 1694.
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