Because three children have recently died from influenza while being detained in immigration camps along the U.S.-Mexico border, you would think U.S. officials would do everything in their power to prevent an influenza outbreak.
You would hope.
Instead, the Trump administration announced Tuesday that vaccinations would not be made available to those, including children, being detained along the border some for months.
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