A local healthcare worker push back story has been politely ignored by local media but deserves attention by TKC readers who want a more complete view of the news scene.
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Coffee County in Kansas has roughly 8,500 residents, but they won't be getting their COVID-19 shots from the county health department's four nurses. Department chief Lindsay Payer and her staffers have opted out of giving the injections because they have doubts about the safety of the Moderna vaccine, which the county is offering, local TV station WIBW reported.