NJ Spotlight News

Kindergarten kids lagging in jabs for childhood diseases

Clip: 04/28/2022 | 4m 42s | Video has closed captioning.

Dr. Uzma Hasan joined other NJ pediatricians pushing for kids to get up-to-date on shots — and they aren’t just talking about COVID-19 lately. School records nationwide show a one-percent drop in Kindergarten-age vaccinations for state-required shots against a raft of childhood diseases — including measles, mumps and rubella — diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and chickenpox.

Aired: 04/28/22

Rating: NR

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