Kentucky’s health department is warning people that some vaccines might be causing side effects. Additionally, the department says that the same vaccines likely fail to provide any protection.
The vaccines under investigation stems from a batch of Flu, hepatitis A, and whooping cough inoculations made in Mount Sterling, Kentucky. The provider’s name is Location Vaccination. The vaccines were given to businesses back in September and are said to have caused swelling and lumps at the injection site in some people.
The health department is blaming improper storage for the loss of efficacy and contamination. The symptoms may take as long as three months to appear.
Any business who may have used Location Vaccination for vaccine services should immediately contact Kentucky’s Health Department at 502-564-3418.
Author: Jim Satney
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