immunization records including, a Tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis booster (Tdap) and a second dose of the varicella ( chicken pox ) vaccine, before entering school this fall.
kept out of school until the requirements are met. "It's very rare today to see a child with measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox . And all that is because, over a period of time, they've received these immunizations. And we know they're able to
have heard over the years about those " Chicken Pox parties," where parents purposely ..... has anyone had success sharing the Chicken Pox with someone out of state by sending ..... So that other peoples' kids can get chicken pox , they can't get them the normal way
Duncan said. State law requires all seventh graders be up to date on their immunizations, including a TDAP and varicella booster. Last week, the district sent home letters with students, giving parents five school days to get current on
Seventh graders will be required to have a tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis booster, as well as a varicella , which most people know as chicken pox ," said Brian Todd, with Metro Public Health. Health officials briefly closed the immunization
thought we were good on all his shots, then up popped this chicken pox shot for the second time," said Wendy Cooper, whose son ..... changed last year; incoming middle schoolers now need a second chicken pox shot, plus shots for tetanus, diphtheria and whopping cough