New Bloomfield, MOkrcgtv.com

Health care organizations aim to increase staff vaccinations

NEW BLOOMFIELD — As the Missouri works to increase its vaccination rates, so are healthcare agencies. So far, SSM Health is the only major health care organization in Mid-Missouri requiring its 40,000 employees, providers, and volunteers to get the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of September. SSM Health Spokesperson Jessica...
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Jefferson City, MOkfmo.com

MO VIP Campaign to Increase Vaccinations

(Jefferson City, MO) Missourians can utilize a new COVID19 Vaccination Incentive Program after Governor Mike Parson announced the initiative Wednesday. Missourians 12 years old and up, and who have gotten at least one shot of the vaccine, can enter into drawings for a chance to win up to $10,000 in cash or education savings account prizes. Governor Parson says the first drawing is set for August 13th.
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Missouri to offer cash prizes for coronavirus vaccine; new health director named

The state will offer people 12 and older who have had at least one shot of a coronavirus vaccine a chance to enter a drawing for $10,000 starting Aug. 13. Drawings will be held every two weeks through Oct. 8. People under 18 will be entered to win a $10,000 education savings account. The post Missouri to offer cash prizes for coronavirus vaccine; new health director named appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Jefferson City, MOksgf.com

Gov. Parson To Announce Vaccine Incentives

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s Gov. Mike Parson is set to announce COVID-19 vaccine incentives. Parson’s office says he’ll unveil perks for getting vaccinated at a Wednesday press conference in his Capitol office. Parson has said he’s hesitant to offer prizes or other rewards for doing something that he...
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Parson to announce COVID vaccine incentive program tomorrow

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri Governor Mike Parson will announce a statewide COVID-19 vaccination incentive program Wednesday afternoon at the state capitol. This comes as Missouri is in the midst of a steady increase in COVID cases and hospitalizations, mostly attributed to the emergent Delta variant and sluggish vaccination rate among the populace.
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Last day for Jefferson City students to be fully vaccinated by the first day of school

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) Monday is the last day for students who attend the Jefferson City School District to start the vaccination process and be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by their first day of the 2021-2022 school year. The Jefferson City School District along with Booneville R-I, Blair Oaks R-II and Father Tolton Catholic are The post Last day for Jefferson City students to be fully vaccinated by the first day of school appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
New Bloomfield, MOkrcgtv.com

MU researchers to study COVID-19 vaccine efficacy and longevity

NEW BLOOMFIELD — University of Missouri researchers are studying the efficacy of the various COVID-19 vaccines. University of Missouri Associate Professor Dr. Mark Daniels is the principal researcher, and he said the study will last year and currently has 250 participants. “We’re studying their immune response, we’re looking at the...
Cole County, MOKOMU

Vaccination sites aid Cole County in the fight against COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY − With the rise of delta variant cases in Missouri, there are many options for residents to get their vaccinations. In Cole County, the health department's Capital Mall location will come to a close Thursday, but other locations are opening their doors for residents to walk in and receive a vaccination that day.