Rep. Rob Ecklund calls into the Morning show.
I guess you’d call it a disheartening report in that the Pfizer is saying they had millions of doses available but the federal government doesn’t have any directions for them.
I did want to ask where are we right now with the vaccine because I’ve seen other states getting and already implementing them over in England they’ve been doing so as well so I know there’s a lot of different things that go into it but where do we stand as a state plan wise.
So I know the last time we spoke at testing facility as well which it’s going to be you know a two-pronged attack both vaccines and testing to see what’s out there currently how does that stand as we try to bring one here in the borderland.
And I know really a lot of the discussion is turn to I mean secondary to the virus which I think most things in society are right now on the ongoing battle between Governor Tim walz and the businesses are they going to be open or they going to be closed it’s already been so long I know they’re going to be some programs rolling through to try to help not only the businesses but the people themselves and how would that benefit our community up here