Although federal officials say this year’s flu vaccine is not a good match for a mutated form of the virus that is circulating widely, doctors still recommend getting vaccinated. Five-year-old Diron Anderson watched as his grandfather Edward Scroggins got a flu shot Oct. 7 at a drive-through clinic for veterans at Friendship Baptist Church.
Although federal officials say this year’s flu vaccine is not a good match for a mutated form of the virus that is circulating widely, doctors still recommend getting vaccinated. Five-year-old Diron Anderson watched as his grandfather Edward Scroggins got a flu shot Oct. 7 at a drive-through clinic for veterans at Friendship Baptist Church. File photo by TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Although federal officials say this year’s flu vaccine is not a good match for a mutated form of the virus that is circulating widely, doctors still recommend getting vaccinated. Five-year-old Diron Anderson watched as his grandfather Edward Scroggins got a flu shot Oct. 7 at a drive-through clinic for veterans at Friendship Baptist Church. File photo by TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

Flu season’s start hits schools in the Kansas City area hard

December 08, 2014 07:37 PM