Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-07-29 20:07:07 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — This week, new demand for the COVID-19 vaccine was seen throughout central Tennessee, spreading Delta variants throughout the state.
Patience Cohee, who received the first COVID vaccine at the Murfreesboro Pike drive-through site, said:
This is one of several vaccination sites where more and more people are lining up for the first COVID vaccine.
“I feel much better,” said Christine Halliburton. She and her husband John said they knew it was time in the light of the Delta variant. “By picking up the variant, we really pushed in and got it,” she said.
Currently, the demand for vaccines in Nashville is skyrocketing.
“That’s what makes us happy and we want to continue,” said Brian Todd, a spokesman for the Metro Public Health Service.
Immunization has increased by 46.5% over the last 7 days, compared to the average for the last 4 weeks in Davidson County.
“Also, the number of COVID cases has almost quadrupled in the past month, so I hope people are paying attention,” says Todd.
However, that does not mean that residents will see more mass vaccination events and places.
“Since 50% of our population is fully vaccinated, it’s probably less likely that something will be needed along those lines,” he said. “We are in a really very good place, unlike the places we had to open in January, February and March … Music City Center”.
Todd said he would continue to hold pop-up events and drive-through locations like the previous K-Mart.
“Whatever the reason, whatever takes people to the door to get vaccinated, the higher the percentage of people vaccinated, the closer to the end of this pandemic,” Todd said. I did.
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