FARGO — Fargo Cass Public Health is urging parents of school age children are up to date on their immunizations before school starts next fall.
The health department says many kids have missed annual check-ups where they might get these state required vaccines they need to enter school because of the pandemic.
To help, the health department is hosting immunization clinics for parents to bring their kids too to make sure they're ready to school next fall.
"We just really encourage those kids to get in, the sooner the better. Fall gets really really busy, but try your best not to put those vaccines off," says Leslie Rohrich, Fargo Cass Public Health Immunization Director.
Rohrich says if your have a family doctor, check with them first. If you're unsure then, Fargo Cass Public Health is hosting three immunizations clinics.
The clinics are June 17, July 15 and August 12 at Fargo Cass Public Health from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. No registration is required.