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July 26, 2013Nodaway County, MO |  By: Marsh

Immunizations

The 2013 school year is just around the corner which could mean immunizations for students of all ages. Nodaway County Public Health Nurse Tabitha Frank says as long as preschoolers are up-to-date on vaccinations from infancy, they can start school, but there are requirements for other

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Frank also says there are even requirements for college freshman.

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This year, Frank says, the Nodaway County Health Department is recommending an immunization for everyone: t-Dap, or the tetanus booster. The Nodaway County Health Department will provide the tDap vaccination for residents during a walk-in clinic on Monday from noon to 5pm. Frank says the immunization is for anyone over the age of 11 who does not have a current tetanus booster.