SULTOR – If you have three or four years of age, you will be able to reduce the risk of influenza.
Several hundred children have a home stay in the City of Worber, where they are not in compliance with national law, and the Department of Health helps families.
On Friday, the early childhood section for the first two months of the next month offers free vaccine flu vaccine to children up to K.
The city does this because three-and four-year-old adults who want a pre-registered subscription have been vaccinated against influenza by 31 December.
Watersbury's grandson Joan Torres's grandson said, "He is very afraid."
"When we try to isolate it, we try to focus on it and talk about something else," says Christa Pelan-Wright, a school nurse at Waterbury Street.
If it is in the first year of the child, they will be influenced by the second influenza 28 days after the first one.
However, there are exceptional cases of pre-school rules, including children with certain medical conditions and religions that do not allow vaccines.
The next pre-free Water Day of Waterbury – December 12.