Parson said he understands the motivation of people who are desperate for a vaccine.
Missouri to expand vaccination effort in mid-March
“I don’t know that it’s a problem. We wish it wasn’t happening because of the way we’ve distributed the vaccine to each district. We would like to be able to keep the allotments for those people. But we also know the importance of getting vaccines in people’s arms,” Parson said.
“It’s a tough scenario to try and control everybody who gets in one of those lines when they qualify because at the end of the day we want everybody to get vaccinated,” Parson said. “People will drive a long way to get a vaccine. It’s okay. We just have to deal with that. I know it’s tough to be patient.”
Rizzo said he would have put more focus on vaccinating people in urban areas because COVID-19 is a…