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KDHE Urging Adult Immunizations

August is National Immunization Month, and while kids are getting immunizations before the start of school, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment says it's a good idea for adults to be sure their immunizations are up to date, as well. KDHE spokesperson Mike Parsons says one immunization required for middle school students is also a good idea for adults who are due for tetanus shot boosters.

That's a Tdap (TEE-DAP) shot, spelled with a "T." Parsons says it's also not too early for people to get flu shots, because they won't wear off before the flu season is over. Parsons recomments calling your health care provider ahead of time, to be sure the flu vaccine is in stock.