First Nurse Vaxx'd In Kansas City Shares Her Story

This is important follow-up . . .

And pardon my stupidity . . . But I'm very pleased to see that she hasn't turned into a zombie.

Because this very brave front line worker deserves a say more than any politico, we want to highlight her perspective for those who haven't seen it already . . .

At University Health, COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased from 10 people three weeks ago to 33 last week, and now 66 people are hospitalized.

"Unfortunately, I don't think I would have imagined that we'd be in the same spot now. We are treating primarily unvaccinated patients in the ICU," she said.

Sarah Kiehl said that people should get their booster shots and many still need their first dose of vaccine.

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Nurse who got first COVID-19 vaccine in KC reflects on pandemic a year later

Tuesday marks one year since the first COVID-19 vaccines were given in Kansas City.Now, more than 1.4 million people have received their first dose.Exactly one year after intensive care unit nurse Sarah Kiehl became the first person in the Kansas City area to get the COVID-19 vaccine, she is still at the University Health ICU taking care of COVID-19 patients."I would be remiss if I didn't mention that numbers are climbing at this moment.