Clinic has good turnout

Second COVID vaccination clinic delivered 390 shots. The next clinic is Thursday. As the number of active cases slows, Allen County Regional Hospital is slightly relaxing its visitor restrictions in the emergency room.

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March 1, 2021 - 9:12 AM

Volunteers Beverly Roush, left, and Karen Gilpin check in other volunteers during a practice run before the clinic started Thursday. Volunteers also received their COVID-19 vaccination shots if needed. Photo by Vickie Moss / Iola Register

The second public COVID-19 vaccination clinic delivered 390 shots to residents 65 and older Thursday.

That’s on top of 300 vaccine doses given at the first clinic on Feb. 18. 

The clinics are organized by the Southeast Kansas Multi-County Health Departments, with a team of about 25 volunteers assisting with things like parking lot management and patient registration.

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