Here's one of many news items that makes TKC's life miserable . . .
The demand for the booster isn't as great as the media is reporting. Very much like the vaxx, there are people who want it and would be glad to queue up and wait patiently for it . . . But, tragically, the vast majority of folks on local streets are too broke and busy to care about their health.
And so . . .
Once again it seems like we're going to have to endure a pointless charade over booster vaxx availability.
It looks like MSM is dutifully working to play up anticipation and tension over booster shots when overall vaxx rates are pretty pathetic.
Accordingly, tonight we gather a collection of info on the new dose and the mostly harmless conspiracy to make getting it extremely inconvenient.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
Those who received the Pfizer vaccine may be eligible for a booster dose. The Johnson County Health Department began its first of two booster clinics on Monday to administer the doses.Within the first three hours of opening, the Johnson County Health Department's booster shot clinic at 6000 Lamar Ave.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Some pharmacies across the metro are packed with people getting their COVID-19 booster shot, while local health departments say they're holding off on giving out the third jab. The CDC guidelines on the Pfizer vaccine booster came out on Friday, and many local pharmacies started following the recommendations immediately.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services late Monday updated is standing order to allow health departments across the state the ability to provide COVID-19 booster vaccinations. Earlier Monday, several area health departments said they were unable to provide the booster shots to eligible populations as recommended last week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
PLATTE COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Today, the Platte County Health Department said that they are not yet able to give Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots. "Important information regarding Pfizer booster vaccines," a post from the department on Facebook said. "We are not yet able to offer Pfizer boosters, as we operate under standing orders from the Missouri Department of Health.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Wyandotte County Unified Government Public Health Department issued a statement Monday addressing confusion regarding access, availability and eligibility of the Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot. The department had four key messages for the public: Pfizer booster shots are available at its 7836 State Ave.
MISSION, Kan. - Johnson County public health workers started giving out booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Monday morning. The guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leaves a lot of leeway for doctors to determine who should get a third shot.
Dr Claudia Fegan's patient was a congenial, articulate and unvaccinated 27-year-old deli worker who contracted Covid-19 and became so ill he required at-home oxygen treatments. Now recuperating, he told his doctor his 64-year-old boss had been vaccinated, and she too was sickened with a "breakthrough" case.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky clarified her comments regarding Covid-19 booster shots after she told the Atlantic on Monday that she plans on getting a Covid booster shot, but wants to make sure those who are at higher risk get them first.
President Joe Biden publicly received his COVID-19 booster shot on Monday afternoon as his administration promotes new booster guidance that has spurred some confusion among Americans on when to get a third dose. "Like I did with my first and second COVID-19 vaccination shot, I'm about to get my booster shot and do it publicly.
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