There's still a rush to get the COVID vaxx in the Kansas City metro and local providers are having a hard time keeping up with demand.
Conservatives are slowly coming along . . .
Meanwhile, here's a very real local concern regarding the poke-fest and the unlikely proposition of vaxx law that both progressives & conservatives feared . . .
Deets as Col. Sanders explains why people are so chicken about this vaxx:
“It’s controversial,” Dr. Lee Norman, Secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, said during a Facebook Live with the University of Kansas Health on Tuesday. “Our state legislature is doing things so that by statute that can be prevented for businesses, academic institutions and even health care settings.” Norman is taking about Senate Bill 213. Authored by Sen. Mark Steffen, R-Hutchinson, it would prohibit an employer from penalizing an employee over a vaccination status. The bill was introduced in February and is currently in committee.
In the past, hospitals have required employees to get flu shots and students are required to receive certain vaccinations before enrolling in school. The biggest difference between those vaccines and COVID-19 vaccines is that the COVID-19 vaccines are still being offered under Emergency Use Authorization."
Developing . . .