Health experts: Stay up-to-date on vaccines to stop other health outbreaks
Health experts are urging parents to make sure their kids are up to date on their vaccines, even if they're doing virtual learning.
staying safe and up to date during the pandemic. Subban Community Clinic in Los Angeles pivoting toe offer a drive up vaccination clinic serving dozens of families in a day by saying, You know what? We can do this from the comfort of your car. You don't get out. You know a lot of them are were more receptive to a national survey by Orlando Health finds 84% of parents believe vaccines are the best way to protect their kids from infectious diseases, but two thirds air nervous to take them to the pediatrician because of Cove in 19. The last thing we made during a covert pandemic is to have an outbreak of a vaccine preventable disease like measles or even the influenza. The American Academy of Pediatrics has seen vaccination rates rebound after a dramatic dip in March in April, but are concerned they're still not back to pre pandemic levels. We still know that we're missing some Children that have missed vaccines that they still need to be encouraged to get back in. That includes students attending classes in person, or virtually which vaccines are you here for today? Both immunized at a recent event in Virginia. It's true that they might be a home and not need to go into school. Now, as soon as kids are back in school or interacting with each other and other events outside of school, we want to make sure that they're up today on their different vaccines. Catching up on immunizations made It's easy and it's painless as possible. Sarah Dollop, NBC News