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This is why Ozarks Healthcare is giving vaccines in private settings

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This is why Ozarks Healthcare is giving vaccines in private settings

This is why Ozarks Healthcare is giving vaccines in private settings

Dr. Priscilla Frase say that Ozarks Healthcare in Missouri is giving vaccines privately, so recipients won’t face backlash for “giving in.”


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