Kansas City, Missouri 2021-01-14 08:00:00 –
Kansas City, Missouri (KCTV)-The Kansas City Metro Area continues to develop plans to vaccinate more people when the COVID-19 vaccine becomes available.
However, it is in Phase 1 in Kansas and Phase 1A in Missouri.
On Wednesday, we heard from the new mayor, Brian Pratt, what was going on.
Arrowhead Stadium, T-Mobile Center, and the Convention Center all have the potential to host high-dose vaccine clinics in the future. But Pratt has now explained the biggest challenges for our region.
“As you may know, the real limiting factor we are seeing at this point is the availability of vaccines,” Pratt said. “It is sporadic at best, which poses many challenges to us in distributing vaccines.”
“Don’t expect to be contacted next week when you complete the investigation online,” said Health Director Dr. Rex Archer.
Archer was talking about an online survey that could be completed on the Jackson County Health Department website.
If you live in Jackson County, it’s the first step to getting a vaccine.
However, if you live in Kansas City, Missouri, Jackson County, you will need to complete the survey from the Health Department website in Kansas City, Missouri.
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