FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear is calling on Kentucky's students to take the COVID-19 shots. He said Tuesday their help is crucial to overcome a challenge that adults can’t do on their own.
The Democratic governor visited a Lexington high school to promote the vaccinations. He referred to the vaccine as “the key to having a fully normal school year in the fall.”
Beshear reassured students at Lafayette High School who were preparing to receive the vaccine. He told them: “It’s just a shot, right?”
He stressed the vaccine’s effectiveness in a message aimed at students and parents.