Yes, you can still get infected with Covid-19 after being vaccinated. Here's why

Nurse Sandra Lindsay received the second dose of a Pfizer vaccine on Jan. 4 in New York City. She will not be immediately immune.

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Here's a look at where metro residents can find information on the coronavirus vaccine:

  • Kansas City: Residents can fill out a survey for a vaccine here
  • Jackson County: Residents can fill out a vaccine survey here
  • Wyandotte County: Residents of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, KS., can fill out an information sheet here
  • Johnson County: The county has asked those over the age of 65 to fill out this survey.
  • Clay County: Residents can fill out a survey for a vaccine here.
  • Platte County: More information on the vaccine process can be found here. No list exists at this time. 
  • Kansas: You can find updates on the state's process here
  • Missouri: Vaccine updates can be found here

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