The spending addresses three categories: public safety, homelessness and bonuses for public employees who worked through the pandemic.
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Big news about COVID-19 vaccine boosters leads to lots of confusion and questions, so WDRB News went straight to one of the White House's top doctors to get some answers.
Dr. Mark Burns, an infectious disease specialist, says it's been extremely busy, but he's encouraged by the declining number of patients.
The initiative has information about vaccine safety, community testimonials and incentives to encourage residents to make the decision to get vaccinated.
Dr. Sean McTigue, interim chief of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, says "there's no reason" to think the Pfizer vaccine is any less safe for children.
The parents received a phone call from the pharmacy 90 minutes later telling them that a mistake was made.
The same study also shows where in Jefferson County the highest rates of infection can be found.
Indiana's top doctor says 95 percent of COVID hospitalizations consist of unvaccinated patients.
There are differing opinions on whether vaccination status should be public.