KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A nationwide shortage of a key ingredient used as part of tuberculosis testing has prompted the Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department to scale back TB testing. The health department said Tuesday that a shortage of tuberculin has forced the clinic to end routine TB skin test for school or employment purposes.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Reality Check: Kansas City Too Broke To Properly Monitor Public Health
Here's a quick public health note at local priorities wherein city hall gives away MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS to developers but doesn't seem to have the cash to monitor the antics of anti-vaxx moms. Take a look: