Kansas college paying staff $250 to get COVID-19 vaccines
April 11, 2021
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Kansas' largest community college is paying staff members to get COVID-19 vaccinations, and one of the state's largest public school districts is making in-home coronavirus testing kits available to students who want them.
Johnson County Community College is paying employees $250 to get inoculated in the hopes of bringing more students back to campus in the fall, KMBC-TV reported. Spokesperson Chris Gray said the college sees it as "an innovative way to reinforce healthy decisions."
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