GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Mesa County Public Health is hosting walk-in immunizations clinics on August 7th and 10th as kids get ready for school again.
It is recommended you bring your child’s immunization record and insurance card if you have them. In any case, their staff will check your child’s records to make sure they are up to date.
There are also programs for those without insurance or with a low income.
Six vaccines are required across the state for students k-12. You can find the specific vaccines needed by clicking the button below.
D-51 says one out of ten kindergartners in mesa county are not immunized,
which slips below the state average.
Colorado’s average immunization rates among school aged kids are about 95 percent.
For more information, head to https://health.mesacounty.us/mcph-expands-hours-for-back-to-school-immunization-clinics/.