Caring Van Offers Free Immunizations For Tulsa Children
By Jennifer Cope
The Oklahoma Caring Van is making sure each Tulsa child is properly immunized.The service is offering free vaccines that children are required to have to go to school.The shots are free, but parents or guardians need to be present and bring immunization records.Throughout the month of June, the van will be set up at the following locations around Tulsa:Thursday, June 51pm-4pmPeoria WIC5812 S. Peoria, 74136Saturday, June 711am-1:30pmNeighborhoodWorks Week FestivalSequoyah Elementary724 N. Birmingham Ave., 74110Wednesday, June 111pm-4pmTulsa Mingo WIC9924 E. 21, 74128Thursday, June 191pm-4pmPeoria WIC|5812 S. Peoria, 74136Wednesday, June 251pm-4pmTulsa Mingo WIC9924 E. 21, 74128Thursday, June 269:30am-12:30pmEmergency Infant Services (East Tulsa)9910 E. 42nd St., Ste. 100, 74146Friday, June 279:30am-12:30pmEmergency Infant Services222 S. Houston Ave., 74127For more information, please visit oklahomacaringfoundation.org or call 918.551.3404 or 918.551.3414
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