When a child’s vaccination is delayed, parents are left behind
AUSTIN, Texas — The vaccines in some Texas counties are only available if parents are vaccinated.
And those who do have to choose between getting their kids vaccinated or paying for the cost.
When the vaccine is delayed and the vaccine isn’t effective, parents have few options.
If they vaccinate their kids, it can take weeks or months for their child to catch up with them.
That’s because a vaccine is designed to be given in the first days of life.
So it’s only when parents are given the vaccine that their child has a chance to catch-up.
But that is the case in Texas, where vaccination rates are lower than average, and the county where it is most popular is Tennessee.
And in many counties, that’s the county with the highest rate of missed vaccines, according to a CNN analysis of the most recent data.
Travis County, which is home to Austin, has the highest missed vaccine rate of 7.6%, according to the CDC.
The county is one of 13 that has the lowest vaccination rate of at least 6%.
In Tuscaloosa County, the county at the center of the vaccine saga, the vaccine rates are low.
Just 0.1% of children in the county have been vaccinated, according a recent analysis of state data by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
In addition, the percentage of children who were vaccinated is below average in counties that have high vaccination rates, like the San Marcos and Collin counties, the study found.
It also found that, although Texas has a relatively high vaccination rate, counties with high vaccination have less time between the vaccine and the first dose, making it more difficult to get the vaccine in time.
Because the vaccine has a slightly longer lag time, those who have missed a dose may still be able to catch the first shots within days.
The vaccine is administered in two phases: first, a shot is administered at the same time every day, but it’s administered in a separate room from other people.
Second, the child receives the first shot on the same day.
For most counties, people can wait a week or two after the vaccine to get a second shot.
But that’s not the case for the Travis County, where parents who want to get their children vaccinated must first wait six weeks before getting their child vaccinated.
Travis has the second-highest missed vaccine count, according the CDC, with 1,937 missed vaccine doses.
The county with lowest vaccine missed vaccination rate is Austin, which has just 562 vaccine doses administered.
Austin is one area of the country that has a vaccine rate that’s lower than other counties because the county has a large population of people who live in the city.
But because there is a large amount of people living in Austin, the city has a high vaccine missed rate, the CDC found.
And because people living near Austin tend to be younger, there is less time for them to catchup with those who live farther away, the data found.
In Collin County, Texas, there were 551 vaccine doses delivered in Collin between July 1 and August 31.
Collin has the fourth-lowest vaccine missed vaccine ratio, with only 5.6% of vaccine doses being administered.
The area with the second lowest vaccine rate is Lubbock, which had the fifth-lower ratio.
The third-lowhest vaccine missed ratio was Tarrant County, in Texas’ fourth-largest county.
Tarrant has a much smaller population than the other counties and the ratio is closer to 2.9%.
The average vaccination rate for Collin was 4.7%, the second highest, and for Tarrance was 4%.
Collin County has had some of the highest vaccine missed ratios in the country, according data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Those counties are the ones that have had the most vaccine missed, but those high vaccine ratios are also associated with a higher rate of cases of measles and other illnesses.
In Austin, a vaccination rate between 3.9% and 7.1%.
The rate of measles cases in Austin is the highest in the U.S. at 2.6%.
But the rate of reported cases of the virus is also at a higher than average level, with an average of 0.4% reported cases per 100,000 people.