Several kindergarten and seventh-grade students enrolled at Fresno Unified schools had to take time Monday to ensure their vaccinations were up-to-date before they could attend school. The vaccines, required as part of a a new state law, were administered at a temporary clinic at Fresno Unified’s Adult Transition Program. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Several kindergarten and seventh-grade students enrolled at Fresno Unified schools had to take time Monday to ensure their vaccinations were up-to-date before they could attend school. The vaccines, required as part of a a new state law, were administered at a temporary clinic at Fresno Unified’s Adult Transition Program. John Walker The Fresno Bee

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Change to vaccine law keeps some Fresno students out of class

August 15, 2016 3:39 PM

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