Kansas City Health Dept. Shares Advice Amid Wait For COVID Booster Vaxx

Honestly, we don't feel out of line for offering an observation . . .


Seriously, check the CDC website and notice that some of their statements seem contradictory. 

Some of our readers are anti-vaxx but we're not going that route . . . 

We're willing to listen to health professionals and doctors . . . But the level of clarity beyond bombastic statements amid press events leaves something to be desired . . . At least for those of us who don't want to pretend to be epidemiologists in between video game sessions.

Seriously . . . 

Point us to a chart. Are we supposed to be on vaxx 5,6,7 or 8???

Reality check . . . 

MSM isn't really interested in this story anymore and the narrative if starting to fall apart.

If you're lucky enough to have a doctor . . . It's better to ask somebody with an advanced degree in medicine for advice rather than sifting through a bunch of conspiratorial or politically-charged bad advice on the Internets.

Either way . . . Good luck and here's what the KCMO health department has to say . . .

"The department said it expects to receive the updated shots the week of Sept. 12.In the meantime, the department said it's currently not offering the booster shots since the original booster shot is no longer authorized. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has a website where people can track what health departments have ordered the updated shots across the state."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

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