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(KSL News) -- State Health is asking parents to be patient as the supplier for a new Meningitis vaccine tries to catch up the supply with increased demand.
With kids getting ready to go back to school and young adults making arrangements for dormitory residence on college campuses, the new vaccine is in demand, but running short.
The manufacturer has told State Health once college age students are back on campus - the vaccine should become more accessible.