As health officials across the country aim for a national 70% adult vaccination rate against COVID-19 by July 4, health centers in Kansas are finding ways to reach the most vulnerable populations in the state.
New survey results show that reluctance to get COVID-19 vaccinations has dropped in Kansas. At the same time, worries about vaccine side effects seem to be increasing.
Based on updated recommendations from the CDC, people ages 12-15 can get Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine in Douglas County starting Thursday.
Sixty-two Kansas counties rejected their weekly allocations of COVID-19 vaccines from the state this week, even though only roughly 34% of Kansans have received at least one shot.
A single-dose COVID-19 vaccine clinic is set for Saturday for adults who identify as BIPOC. Habrá traductores en la clínica para las personas que hablan español.
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Fully vaccinated individuals can travel at low risk to themselves, and do not need to get a COVID-19 test or quarantine after traveling within the United States, federal health officials said Friday.
It will take a bit longer for those in Douglas County to get shots in their arms.