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I got this from “Country Fun’s Blog” and wanted to share it.


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As part of licensing, I am required to keep immunization records on all children under school age. I understand that parents/guardians have different thoughts on the value of immunizations, which I respect. It is my responsibility as a licensed provider to make parents/guardians aware of programs available to their children/families in regards to their health options.

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention is working to be sure all children in Maine receive the vaccines that today’s science has shown to protect children from serious diseases. Every child in Maine is now eligible for low cost to no cost vaccines. Talk to your health care provider or get more answers by clicking


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