Cincinnati Children’s to Join with First Ladies for Health To Increase Flu Vaccination Rates

Cincinnati Children’s is implementing an aggressive campaign to increase the number of children in the Cincinnati area who are vaccinated against influenza.

Pastors at several churches will begin encouraging congregants to get the flu vaccine this year to protect their families.

The campaign will culminate Oct. 8 on First Ladies Health Day, an annual event that brings together many health organizations for screening, immunizations and education at churches and recreation centers.

You can learn more at WCPO.com and Fox19.com.

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