As the yearly flu season is now in full effect across Missouri, vaccinations and their effectiveness are coming into question.
The flu is a virus that usually spreads through close-knit public places such as workplaces or schools.
Missouri Senator Harry Kennedy feels that the risk of the flu spreading in schools could warrant future legislation in the Missouri government.
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|Description: "Precautions are warranted, especially with a young population in terms of the illness or the hospitalization that some of those students might suffer."|
Kennedy said that while legislation for such actions would not happen this year, future legislation is a distinct possibility.
From Jefferson City, I'm Blair Miller.