Wichita, Kansas 2021-01-14 19:10:25 –
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – In Sedgwick County, the Ministry of Health reports about 8,500 doses of vaccination. Now, with another shipment here, the county is one step closer to moving to the next stage of distribution.
The director of health said he discovered 1,400 doses of the modelna vaccine just 12 hours before it arrived. Currently, they are preparing to give their healthcare professional a second dose.
“I’m excited because every time we vaccinate, we can vaccinate more people,” Burn said.
Adrian Burn, director of health at Sedgwick County, said she was relieved. Another cargo arrived just days after she told us that the county might run out of vaccines.
“I’m very happy to know that at the federal level, I’m considering releasing a second dose for more first doses. Therefore, everyone who received the first dose. I’m happy to have received a second dose so that I can get a complete vaccination, “Barn said. ..
From Monday, healthcare professionals who receive the first shot can start taking the second dose. Byrne said he believed it was the time.
“Our schedule has just diminished, so we know that many of the first bundles have actually joined and there are still people who want to wait,” Burn said.
Healthcare professionals who have not received the first dose must make an appointment until Saturday. Otherwise, you will have to wait until the next shipment. It is a shipment that Burn is excited about.
“KDHE wants all health care workers in Kansas to be vaccinated, and as soon as they are vaccinated enough to be distributed to all of them, they can move on to Phase 2 if they get it. “Vaccination,” said Burn.
Mr Byrne said the next step would include people over the age of 65. She expects it will take weeks to vaccinate a population of more than 70,000.
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