Beshear wants public to stay patient while waiting on more vaccines

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FRANKFORT. Ky. (ABC 36) In his briefing today, Thursday, January 21st, Governor Beshear reiterated that there’s a limited supply in vaccines.

But he says the state has the capacity to distribute the vaccines quickly and is prepared to do so once more vaccines arrive.

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He says the state expected some people to be hesitant about receiving the vaccine…but that actually isn’t happening as much as expected.

“Often times if it’s not there it can be an were being overlooked but there’s just not enough yet, and the more they give to us, the more we can get out to more places across the country” said Governor Beshear.

He is urging the public to stay patient.

Governor Beshear added he hasn’t heard a direct reply yet from the Federal Government when he asked it double the vaccine supply it’s sending to Kentucky.

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Kaitlyn Shive joined the ABC36 News Team in January 2021 as a Multimedia Journalist. Kaitlyn comes to us from Joplin, Missouri, where she worked as an MMJ and Fill in Anchor for KOAM News/Fox 14 for over a year and a half. She is a Kentucky girl at heart, growing up in Louisville for a good portion of her life before her family moved to Mason, OH in 2012. She graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University with a Bachelors Degree in Broadcast Journalism. She also graduated with specializations in Marketing and Media, and with a Social Media Certificate. She is thrilled to be back in the Bluegrass State and to be closer to friends and family in the Cincinnati and Louisville areas. She can not wait to get to know the Lexington, Kentucky area and its people. If you have a story idea or tip, she is just a DM or email away. You can contact her on Facebook: kaitlynshiveTV, on Twitter: KaitlynShiveTV or by email: kshive@wtvq.com. Kaitlyn Shive ABC 36 Reporter 859-333-3390 kshive@wtvq.com