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Waterloo Public Health encourages kids to get vaccinated against COVID before new school year

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Waterloo Public Health says it is encouraging families to ensure that their child's COVID-19 vaccinations are up-to-date. The agency notes that vaccines will lower the risk of serious illness from the virus. Kids between the ages of six months and five years became eligible to be vaccinated at the end of July.
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Waterloo Public Health encourages kids to get vaccinated against COVID before new school year

With a new school year fast approaching, Waterloo Public Health says it is encouraging families to ensure that their child’s COVID-19 vaccinations are up-to-date.

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