In April, out-of-stock rates were higher than 40% in several states, including Washington.
SEATTLE — The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is sharing some resources and guidance on what families can do if they’ve been impacted by the baby formula shortage.
The nationwide shortage of baby formula has caused stress for many families, including families in Washington state. In April, out-of-stock rates were higher than 40% in several states, including Washington.
“No family should be in a position where they are worried about how they are going to feed their children,” said Dr. Tao Sheng Kwan-Gett, chief science officer with the Washington State
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