By Paul Schmitt
With school letting out for the summer, the Kewaunee County Public Health Department is reminding parents it may be a good idea to get their child’s vaccinations done soon than later. Although the parents have more than a couple months to schedule appointments, Director Cindy Kinnard says it is better to get it taken care of earlier than waiting until August.
In 2017, the Kewaunee County Public Health Department administered 1,013 vaccines to children in the county. Kinnard says people with questions or that would like to schedule appointments can contact the Public Health Department or with their family physician.