By Nick Pedley
News editor 

Q&A with Colette

Clay Co. Public Health coordinator sheds light on ongoing vax rollout


February 18, 2021


Nurse practitioner Maureen Reeves Horsley immunizes a COVID-19 vaccine recipient in Spencer on Feb. 6.

If slow and steady wins the race, Clay County Public Health officials are more than ready to run a marathon.

Rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine has entered its second full month. While the pace has been slow, there hasn't been a shortage of arms for the shots that have been allocated to Clay County.

Colette Rossiter, Clay County Public Health coordinator, is looking forward to getting many more people inoculated in the coming months. While some residents might be growing anxious about when their number will get called, she said public health officials expected the initial rollout phase to be slow...

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