Children's Museum of Houston offers free vaccinations during month of August
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- The Children's Museum of Houston is helping families get ready for the new school year by offering free vaccinations every Thursday evening in August.
Beginning this Thursday, the Texas Children's Hospital's mobile clinic will set up outside the museum and give out vaccinations. Shots will be offered to the first 200 children under 18 years of age who arrive at 5pm.
To qualify, parents must take their children's immunization records.
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