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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The email from a nurse manager about a patient's death from COVID-19 "grabbed me," CoxHealth system director of public relations said. It told the vivid story of what health care workers in the Ozarks are facing as hospital beds are filling again, this time with cases from the del...KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The email from a nurse manager about a patient's death from COVID-19 "grabbed me," CoxHealth system director of public relations said. It told the vivid story of what health care workers in the Ozarks are facing as hospital beds are filling again, this time with cases from the del...

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One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has so…

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"If you’re vaccinated there is a light at the end of the tunnel. If you’re unvaccinated that’s probably a train.""If you’re vaccinated there is a light at the end of the tunnel. If you’re unvaccinated that’s probably a train."

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The email from a nurse manager about a patient's death from COVID-19 "grabbed me," CoxHealth system director of public relations said. It told the vivid story of what health care workers in the Ozarks are facing as hospital beds are filling again, this time with cases from the delta variant. The numbers are skyrocketing in Branson and rural areas, and the vaccination rate is ...

Missouri man in his 40s 'so sorry' he didn't get the COVID vaccine. Then he died

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “shut up.” It comes as Gov. Mike Parson and state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. Deep vaccine resistance has allowed the delta variant, first […]SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “shut up.” It comes as Gov. Mike Parson and state officials ask for fede…

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One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions.One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions.

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Stoddard County, in Missouri’s Bootheel, reports a nursing facility outbreak.Stoddard County, in Missouri’s Bootheel, reports a nursing facility outbreak.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions.

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One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. Deep vaccine resistance has allowed the delta variant, first identified India, to take hold in the state, straining hospitals, particularly in the Springfield area.One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. Deep vaccine resistance has allowed the delta variant, first identified India, to take hold in the state, straining hospitals, particularly in the Springfield area.

Missouri hospital CEO: Vaccine opponents should 'Shut up'

One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to "Shut up.""If you are making wildly disparaging comments about the vaccine, and have no public health expertise, you may be responsible for someone's death. Shut up," tweeted Steve Edwards.

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Missouri hospital CEO Steve Edwards: COVID vaccine opponents should 'Shut up'

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