FOX4: Kansas City forms COVID-19 vaccine task force to better serve minority community

February 3, 2021

Kansas City's COVID-19 vaccine task force is now formed to focus on distributing to minority communities most affected by the virus.

Mayor Quinton Lucas selected the members for the task force that will help ensure thousands of city residents can safely get the vaccine. The group is made up of experts from various metro health organizations, including Diane Trimble, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive at Saint Luke's Health System.

Watch FOX4's full story below.

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