City offering childhood immunizations, birth certificates

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Updated: 8/02/2012 11:07 am
With time dwindling before school starts, The City of Lubbock Health Department is offering childhood immunizations for children ages 2 months to 18 years.

The vaccines will be given Tuesday, August 7th at the Mahon Library from 1 to 4 p.m. One immunizations will cost $10 and it will be $15 for two or more vaccines. This service does not apply to fully-insured children who are ineligible for state-supplied vaccines.
 
Another item to check off that school registration list is a birth certificate. They are available for purchase at City Hall, just inside the east entrance of the building. Certificates are no longer available through the health department. There is a $23 charge for each birth certificate, cash or credit cards only. Call 775-2926 for more information.
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