Guard to Help with Clinics
The Missouri National Guard will help the state organize nine mass coronavirus vaccination sites across the state. During today’s press conference, Governor Parson says the sites could be up and running by the end of the month…
Dates and locations will be released once they are finalized. Parson stresses that Missouri continues to struggle with getting additional vaccine. Missouri National Guard mass vaccination teams consist of 30 support personnel, who provide assistance in the form of traffic control, administrative support, and data input. Targeted vaccination teams consist of four-person teams with one vaccinator and three support staff to assist with administrative duties. Administrative support teams consist of three personnel to assist providers with paperwork and data backlogs due to vaccination entry requirements.