WORTH A SHOT
Virus Remains In Community, But Vaccinations Bringing Hope
January 7, 2021
COVID-19 vaccinations for those 75 years and older are now underway in Kimball and the surrounding area. Panhandle Public Health reported that as of Jan. 4, "2,108 people in the eligible population have received the COVID vaccine in the Panhandle."
Kimball Health Services Director of Emergency Preparedness Jessica Webb said that they had 40 Moderna doses and they were "going through their patient list and started calling." The drive-thru clinic at the North Campus for the 40 doses was held Thursday. The clinic will continue to call patients for the second clinic where they anticipate receiv...
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