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