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Last day for Jefferson City students to be fully vaccinated by the first day of school

Schools and Vaccine
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Schools and Vaccine

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 all set to start school on Aug. 23.

Tuesday is the last day for Columbia Public Schools and Moberly Public Schools students to start the Pfizer vaccination process as they start school on August 24.

Students 12-years-old and above are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, which requires two doses 21 days apart. An individual is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their final dose of the coronavirus vaccine. According to the CDC the Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective at preventing coronavirus after two doses of the vaccine and if the individual didn't previously have the virus.

Anyone 18-years-old and above are able to get the one-dose Johnson and Johnson or two doses of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine.

Cole County Vaccination Sites

  • Jefferson City Medical Group
    • 1241 W. Stadium Blvd. in Jefferson City
    • Book an appointment here and walk-ins are welcome.
  • Walmart
  • Hy-Vee
  • Target
  • Walgreens
  • Cole County Health Department (Starting on Thursday)
    • 3400 Truman Blvd. in Jefferson City
  • Capital Region Medical Center
    • Capital Care Pharmacy
    • 1125 Madison St. in Jefferson City

As of 5:45 a.m. on Monday morning, JCMG had 60 appointments available for the entire day.

On Monday morning, Governor Parson's Office sent out a release saying the Governor will participate in a conference call with K-12 administrators. The discussion will include the upcoming school year and how to educate and encourage coronavirus vaccines among the state's younger age groups.

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  1. “According to the CDC the Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective at preventing coronavirus after two doses of the vaccine”
    So apparently there is some sort of magical force field around the US. Because Israel uses this vaccine and is reporting 40% of their new cases are among the vaccinated. The same holds true for the UK which is reporting more than 50% are among the vaccinated. So, what I would like to know is from what magical fishbowl of male bovine organic fertilizer that “95% effective” number came. Because it certainly has nothing to do with current facts.
    And exactly why the near panic desire to get these children vaccinated against a virus they are in virtually no danger from? And which have repeatedly been shown NOT to be a significant transmission vector? What sane person would even allow them to be experimented upon with a vaccine with ZERO long term testing for safety? There’s something evil and dark among us.

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