Doctors offer free flu shots for migrants. CBP all but certain to say ‘no’
A group of physicians has volunteered to vaccinate migrants against the flu for free, but US Customs and Border Protection is all but certain to say no to the offer. "We haven't responded, but it's not likely to happen," a CBP official told CNN. "As a law enforcement agency, and due to the short term nature of CBP holding and other logistical challenges, operating a vaccine program is not feasible," according to a statement from the federal agency.