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Mon January 30, 2012
Snohomish County trying to slow whooping cough
EVERETT, Wash. — Snohomish County health officials are trying to slow the spread of whooping cough by offering free vaccinations to low-income adults at risk of contracting the disease.
The Daily Herald reports about 450 doses will be available from the health district Saturday in Everett and Marysville.
Snohomish County typically has 24 to 45 cases of whooping cough a year. So far it already has 51.