Governor Mike Parson has released the names of health centers in each of the nine regions of the state that will receive COVID-19 vaccines as part of the state’s partnership with High Throughput Health Centers (HTHC).
A news The statement said some hospitals have the capacity to administer a minimum of 5,000 vaccines per week. Hospitals that are not selected as high-throughput vaccinators are considered community providers and can request vaccines through the process established with the Department of Health and Seniors Services.
Vaccines distributed to HTHCs are only one component of the state’s current COVID-19 vaccine distribution framework. There are six vendor categories used to distribute the federal government’s Missouri vaccine allotment to each region. Due to the increase in vaccine supply, the state model has changed.
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