Health official advises parents to get their children vaccinated amid pandemic
Since the pandemic started many Rio Grande Valley residents have been putting off getting their children vaccinated.
Cameron County Health Official Dr. James Castillo said people are putting their health at risk all, because they are worried they will contract COVID-19.
"We want to make sure parents know — please get your children vaccinated,” Castillo said. "We can't let our guard down and not take advantage of vaccines that are currently available."
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