Hazards of summer underscore need for tetanus vaccination
WILLMAR -- The bare feet of summer don't always mix well with barbed wire or rusty nails.
That's why local health officials say it's a good idea to have a tetanus vaccination that's up to date.
"If you can't remember when the last one was, it's probably time for you to get it," said Stacey Zondervan, director of patient services at Family Practice Medical Center.
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