Minnesota parents know that our state is a great place to raise children. Our neighborhoods are places where people come together to build communities that are safe, happy, and responsible. We are a state where strangers will help shovel you out of a snow bank and doors are held for the next person.
For many of our neighborhoods, vaccinating our children is one way of making our communities better places. Many Minnesotans know that by immunizing their children, they are protecting their children and their neighbors against diseases that once ravaged our towns and cities.
Some of our Minnesota neighborhoods still see the return of diseases we can prevent, and their children suffer needlessly – and the most vulnerable children are at highest risk.
Work with the Minnesota Childhood Immunization Coalition to make vaccinating our children a shared responsibility and value in every community in our state.