A Free Shot Clinic

Dawn visits with a friend about her children. The friend tells Dawn about a free shot clinic. It is at the public health office in the courthouse. The shot clinic is held on the third Monday of each month.

Dawn’s baby needs a hepatitis shot. She brings her baby to the free shot clinic. They have a short wait. Then they are called into the nurse’s office.

The nurse gives the baby the shot. He cries from the pain but is soothed by Dawn’s calm voice and gentle touch. The nurse tells Dawn to watch her baby. He may react to the shot.

The baby’s next shot is in two months. The nurse gives Dawn the date of that free shot clinic. Dawn feels good. Her baby has his shots. He is protected from this disease.

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