Demand for vaccination shots, early arrivals lead to long lines in the cold in Johnson County | News
OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) — Numerous Johnson County locals braved the cold to get vaccines shots Saturday afternoon at the University of Kansas Health System’s Indian Creek School in Overland Park.
Issues about the long lines were revealed to KCTV5 News throughout the day.
A representative for the healthcare facility stated the winter integrated with the high need for vaccines was a lot to handle while trying to keep everybody safe and socially distanced.
Numerous come to the healthcare facility early and it’s advised to “not arrive too early.”
The healthcare facility is helping Johnson County with vaccine circulation for locals over 65 and Saturday was the very first mass vaccination center on the Indian Creek School.
The healthcare facility is utilizing “randomizing software” to pull names from clients who certify per the stage it remains in.
Since today, Johnson County is asking the healthcare facility to help with immunizing those 65 and older locals in the nation.
The center is not open on Sunday and it’s uncertain at this time when the next mass vaccination occasion is.
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