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BOISE — Jan. 16 was not only Martin Luther King Jr. and Human Rights Day — it was also Pharmacy Day. That’s right, every year Idaho State University’s College of Pharmacy takes over the top floor at the Capitol to inform, educate — and vaccinate.

Vaccinate? Yep. Pharmacists in our state can deliver vaccines in arms for COVID-19, flu, Dtap (diptheria, tetanus, pertussis), shingles and pneumonia.

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Left: Kevin Cleveland, associate professor at Idaho State University’s College of Pharmacy, was at the Idaho Capitol on Monday for Pharmacy Day. Right: A pharmacy student from the College of Pharmacy at Idaho State University answers questions at Pharmacy Day at the Capitol on Monday

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