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Kentucky Clamping Down on Those Crossing State Lines to Access Vaccines Early

Kentucky's governor says people who live and work outside of the Commonwealth have been trying to come to the state to receive the COVID-19 vaccine early.

Posted: Feb 4, 2021 9:31 AM
Updated: Feb 4, 2021 10:11 AM

Kentucky Officials are clamping down on people crossing state lines to get a COVID-19 vaccine ahead of schedule.

According to Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, people who live and even work outside the state have been trying to cut that line.

The state has changed the requirements to get a vaccine, ensuring only Kentucky residents are signing up.

Kentucky clinics are expected to get an additional 2,000 doses of the vaccine starting next week, tied to a federal increase in all 50 states.

Recently requirements were changed, ensuring only Kentucky residents are signing up.

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