Dr. Emy Daniel, a pediatrician with UC Davis, provides distraction for Lamaria Harris, 9, as little brother Neeko Harris, 5, gets a good look at the booster shot administered by Marciela Magallon, a medical assistant with WellSpace Health in Oak Park. Due to new legislation, students who are not current on immunizations cannot begin the school year.
Dr. Emy Daniel, a pediatrician with UC Davis, provides distraction for Lamaria Harris, 9, as little brother Neeko Harris, 5, gets a good look at the booster shot administered by Marciela Magallon, a medical assistant with WellSpace Health in Oak Park. Due to new legislation, students who are not current on immunizations cannot begin the school year. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Dr. Emy Daniel, a pediatrician with UC Davis, provides distraction for Lamaria Harris, 9, as little brother Neeko Harris, 5, gets a good look at the booster shot administered by Marciela Magallon, a medical assistant with WellSpace Health in Oak Park. Due to new legislation, students who are not current on immunizations cannot begin the school year. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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August 29, 2016 04:30 PM

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