MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — College students in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are rolling up their sleeves for a trophy — and hopefully better health.
Four schools are competing to see which one has the highest percentage of students and staff getting a flu shot.
The ongoing results are updated online. The Center for Rural Health at Northern Michigan University says the winning school will receive a trophy and bragging rights.
The schools are Northern Michigan, Michigan Tech University, Finlandia University and Lake Superior State University.
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