New Measures Aim to Boost Vaccine Rates for Flu and Children’s Shots

  In an effort to make it easier for young children to get their vaccinations on time, the Department of Health and Human Services said it will allow your local pharmacist to give children as young as 3 their shots. Flu vaccinations, which pharmacists in many states are already giving to adults, are also on the list of shots pharmacists can give children. In a separate note, The New York Times highlighted that flu vaccinations are “foremost in the minds of public health...

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