JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri health director said the state is looking for ways to more mass vaccination sites to urban areas after doses have not been used in rural vaccination sites.
During the weekend, more more than 1,400 doses had to be redistributed after an insufficient number of people presented for a scheduled mass vaccination site in north-central Missouri.
Department of Health and Elderly Services director Dr Randall Williams said he potentially sees this happening more frequently while the condition is being vaccinated more people.
“You’re going to have several people listed that don’t go off the list,” Williams said. “You will think that you are going to welcome 200 people who have already been vaccinated elsewhere.”
While some parts of the state claim to be vaccine deserts, others have received more doses as needed.
“I see the …
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