Residents line up for shots

The Jeirok Community Center in Laura Village was packed December 7 with local residents taking advantage of a Ministry of Health and Human Services outreach immunization program. Photo: Eve Burns.

EVE BURNS
MALGov and Ministry of Health joined forces last Saturday and opened two stations to give vaccines to people of Laura and Woja villages. Both stations generated a good turnout of residents, as hundreds of people showed up to get immunization for the flu and measles. Jeirok Councilman Jina David and the nurses worked tirelessly. The nurses who worked Saturday in the heat were very efficient and quick that the needles were hardly felt. After getting their shot kids gathered around comparing shots and were very happy they will not be getting sick and will be able to biit for Christmas.


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