Health Dept to Give Vaccines at Mall Saturday

Health Dept to Give Vaccines at Mall Saturday
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POSTED: Friday, February 18, 2011 - 7:39am

UPDATED: Friday, February 18, 2011 - 2:50pm

EL PASO - On Saturday, the El Paso Public Health Department will provide vaccines to people up to 18 years of age.

This will be taking place at the Cielo Vista Mall. The vaccines will be for polio, chickenpox and hepatitis A; they will be administered from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the mall's lower level near JCPenney.

The cost will be $10 for one shot, and $20 for two or more.

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Autism, why doesn't the health department provide the inserts for the vaccines or tell the precautions and documented complications from taking certain vaccines, such as the swine flu vaccine. Anybody pushing these unnecessary and health threatening shots, should be questioned intensely of their real purpose of giving them to the misinformed or the uninformed. The government is NOT your friend.

Vaccines do not contain "filthy chemicals". That is a scare tactic used by anti-vaccine activists to discourage people from immunizing their children against dangerous diseases.

The popular trend to vaccinate people of all ages is a disservice to the population. Vaccines are made with foul products that in turn break down a person's immune system and neurological system as well.
Better to have proper hygiene, good nutrition, and exercise than to be shot-up with filthy chemical in vaccines.
I especially feel sorry for little children who are now bombarded with constant innoculations that are unhealthy to their growth.

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