Adults Eschew Simple Immunizations

American Voices ISSUE 44•10 Mar 7, 2008

A Centers for Disease Control survey revealed that statistically few adults get immunization shots for common ailments, such as tetanus and influenza. What do you think?

  • “If I'm getting immunized, I'm going for the good stuff, like the monkeypox and Japanese encephalitis, not your everyday garbage diseases.”

    Tabitha Flynn –
    Machinist

  • “Without the smiley-face Band-Aid and Dum Dum lollipop, I hardly see the point.”

    Sam Fox –
    Bus Driver

  • “I don't mind having the flu every now and then, so I can give it to people I hate at work.”

    Arnold Lithman –
    Gem Cutter