Sedgwick County officials have relocated its main COVID-19 vaccine clinic to 223 S. Main, which is the old Wichita Public Library downtown location. The clinic previously was at Intrust Bank Arena.The change went into effect on Monday, Feb. 22. At press time, the county was innoculating residents age 70 and older as well as health care associated workers. This clinic is for people who are active and can stand for periods of time.A drive-through clinic for people with mobility difficulties continues to be held at the Wichita Transit Operations center, at 777 E. Waterman.As more vaccine is received, the Sedgwick County Health Department will vaccinate more people while following guidance from CDC, KDHE, and Sedgwick County Health Officer Dr. Garold Minns. The vaccination schedule is designed to assure that all who want to be vaccinated will have that opportunity.The implementation of the vaccination schedule is dependent on the manufacturing and distribution schedule from vaccine providers. The county will not schedule more appointments than the vaccine available. Updated information is available at www.sedgwickcounty.org/covid-19/vaccine/.
Sumner County was providing second dose vaccinations on Wednesday and Thursday of this week at the Raymond Frye Complex in Wellington. The county did not receive its vaccine allocation for the week of Feb. 15 and used second dose supplies for clinics on Feb. 17-18. The shipments had been delayed due to winter weather.The county is continually updating information on its Facebook page. For more information, call 620-326-2774.
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