Vaccination numbers rising too slowly for health leaders

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Vaccinations continue to rise across the state of Indiana.

On Sunday, the Indiana Department of Health reported 4.2-million Hoosiers have received at least one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. That’s nearly six-times the amount of people in Indiana who ever tested positive for coronavirus.

Health officials say Indiana, like other states, is seeing a slowdown in the number of people getting their coronavirus shot.

Doctors say they’d like to see more people get vaccinated so the state can reach herd immunity.

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  1. State government: nobody trusts you.

    Health leaders: nobody trusts you.

    Don’t feel bad, nobody trusts the Feds either.

    You proclaim “trust the science” as you use tech companies to stifle all debate. Your media runs biased news spots on the vaccine, but never airs any dissenting viewpoints. Your Potato in Chief threatens to deny us Independence Day unless we comply with your demands.

    NONE OF THIS builds trust. You are reaping what you have sown.

    What you are doing is not science, it is propaganda.

  2. So True Charles,
    We have to get the shot! But then you say we still have to wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart.
    So why get the stupid shot in the first place?
    It’s all about control and blind trust that they want.
    This family is smarter than this old Government and we will not get the shot and we will not wear a diaper on our face!!!!!!!!!!

  3. You both are correct. To much misinformation to trust the government or their shot. Why get the shot if you still have to wear a mask.

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