Michael Koutrouba apprehensively receives a measles, mumps and rubella shot from a nurse at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup in 2001, while his dad holds his hand for strength. Washington allows parents to opt out of vaccination for philosophical or personal reasons in addition to medical and religious exemptions.
Michael Koutrouba apprehensively receives a measles, mumps and rubella shot from a nurse at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup in 2001, while his dad holds his hand for strength. Washington allows parents to opt out of vaccination for philosophical or personal reasons in addition to medical and religious exemptions. Russ Carmack News Tribune file photo, 2001
Michael Koutrouba apprehensively receives a measles, mumps and rubella shot from a nurse at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup in 2001, while his dad holds his hand for strength. Washington allows parents to opt out of vaccination for philosophical or personal reasons in addition to medical and religious exemptions. Russ Carmack News Tribune file photo, 2001

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