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DENVER — It’s called “Shots for Tots” and the one-day immunization clinic went a long way in the fight against measles.
Tri-County Health Department hosted the clinic at Aurora Fire Station No. 2 and saw a steady stream of parents and children.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced earlier in the week, confirmation of 2 measles cases. They are the first 2 cases since 2006. If not properly vaccinated, measles can be potentially deadly. Both infected men are expected to be OK.
Saturday’s clinic was for those who didn’t have a health-care provider.