Kindergarten teacher Naomi Foster holds Latasha Johnson as she gets an H1N1 flu shot at Gorenflo Elementary. The Mississippi State Department of Health reminds parents that state law requires kids to be immunized against childhood diseases in order to enter public or private school, Head Start or day care.
Kindergarten teacher Naomi Foster holds Latasha Johnson as she gets an H1N1 flu shot at Gorenflo Elementary. The Mississippi State Department of Health reminds parents that state law requires kids to be immunized against childhood diseases in order to enter public or private school, Head Start or day care. William Colgin Sun Herald File
Kindergarten teacher Naomi Foster holds Latasha Johnson as she gets an H1N1 flu shot at Gorenflo Elementary. The Mississippi State Department of Health reminds parents that state law requires kids to be immunized against childhood diseases in order to enter public or private school, Head Start or day care. William Colgin Sun Herald File

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