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Passengers flying on United will be required to provide documentation from their vet that the animal is safe to fly, showing that the animal is up-to-date on all of its vaccinations and is not expected to threaten the health and safety of others.
And in a country with major gaps in primary care and low per capita spending on health, preventive vaccination is not immediately financially realistic.
Now fliers also must sign a document saying the animal will be well-behaved and nonaggressive in the cabin, and provide proof of health and vaccinations at least 48 hours ahead of the trip.
The vast majority of students use school based clinics for mental wellness services, vaccinations, sports physicals and dental exams.
Starting March 1, customers will have to show proof of health or vaccinations for their animals 48 hours in advance.
As of March 1, passengers with service or support animals will have to submit proof of health or vaccinations through Delta’s website at least 48 hours before their flight.
This year’s flu vaccination was ill-suited to combat H3N2.
All medical professionals said vaccination is the best protection, and the H3N2 strain was included in this year’s vaccine.
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VACCINATION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of vaccination
- oral vaccination
- vaccination against smallpox
- vaccination for whooping cough
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