Getting vaccines at local school
Growing up in Old Fig among old money and new money, there was one thing I clearly remember: all our vaccinations were held in the Bullard Grammar School auditorium on the corner of Shaw and Palm.
The county health department would come out and vaccinate all of us young children and it was very organized.
Now, with the measles outbreak, why can’t this be organized again at our schools today.
The schools would secure the records along with the parents, as many parents don’t even have a doctor of their own.
Is this too simple of a suggestion. Maybe not.
– Sandy Avakian, Fresno