Kansas lawmakers' ire rises over handling of COVID-19 shots
January 27, 2021
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republican legislators suggested Tuesday that mistakes by Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's administration are making it more difficult for older Kansas residents to get COVID-19 vaccine shots.
But Dr. Lee Norman, the head of the state health department and Kelly's top public health administrator, said the biggest problem Kansas faces in administering the vaccines is "there's just not enough." He acknowledged during a joint meeting of the House and Senate health committees that he can't predict how long it will take for the state to inoculate enough people to say it no lon...