Governor 'OK' with 2nd round of shots; Kansas economy slumps
December 18, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Laura Kelly expressed little concern Friday over a smaller-than-expected second shipment of a coronavirus vaccine for Kansas, adding that she expects the state's plan for distributing shots in coming months to boost an economy that has slowed recently.
Kelly said the reduction in the state's second shipment of a vaccine made by Pfizer is "more of a smoothing process" by the federal government to make sure health care workers who received the first of two doses this week can get the second in January. At least a dozen states have reported that they will receive few...