A freebie plan to vaxx the urban core didn't convince rap music fans over the weekend . . .
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"Frank Thompson, the interim director for the Kansas City Health Department, said vaccine hesitancy has continued to be a problem. He said the region is at a critical juncture before the start of school.
"We have a window of opportunity to keep our kids in school this fall without having multiple outbreaks in our community and our schools," Thompson said."
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A vaccination clinic prior to a rap concert drew only a handful of people, despite the prospect of free tickets. KCTV5 counted 10-15 people who showed up for a dose on Sunday afternoon. One of them was Alicia Durden, who cheered and high fived the nurse when she received her shot.