Shot

A nurse gives a COVID-19 vaccine shot earlier this year.

When does it happen again in Elkhart County?

My guess is, it won’t be long.

Ken Fox is the Sports Editor of The Elkhart Truth. You may reach him at kfox@elkharttruth.com of @KenFoxTruth on Twitter.

(2) comments

sidearm

Who are you to ask a child, yes high schoolers are still children, to get a vaccination that has not been approved, with zero knowledge of how it may affect them later in life, so you can watch a high school football game. The so called delta variant will be replaced with another variant next year and the year after, kind of like a flu strain and you will rush off to get another shot. If your vaccine is effective you have no worries, you can’t get sick,right. Please leave those of us alone who have no intention of putting an unknown into our bodies just for your football fix. You have no idea what all is in that vaccine because they won’t tell you. And you have to hold the people giving you the vaccine harmless for whatever damage it does to you. Not in my lifetime,thanks.

jcstoltzfus

Great article, Ken. I agree 100%.

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