A recent financial shot in the arm for a fading Kansas City institution might be worth it given that people don't really read books anymore and when they do the shrinking number of literate locals order reading material online and/or check out new content via phone or tablet.
Also, the thought of mostly homeless library patrons taking constant shots doesn't really seem ideal.
Nevertheless . . .
Here's a peek at the Kansas City Public Library pretending to be a hospital . . .
"As trusted community partners, museums and libraries play a critical role in building vaccine confidence and fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The $79,935 award will support increased communication to patrons living in neighborhoods with lower vaccination rates, as well as more information about the COVID-19 vaccine to those in the community for whom English is not their primary language."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Courtesy Kansas City Public Library, North-East Branch The Kansas City Public Library has received a Communities for Immunity award in support of its work to increase vaccine confidence in the Kansas City metropolitan area. As trusted community partners, museums and libraries play a critical role in building vaccine confidence and fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.