Seven needles filled with vaccine doses sit on a table next to the gloved hand of a medical worker.

A file photo of COVID-19 vaccines.

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Seniors in Klamath County are getting vaccinated against COVID-19, but at a slower rate than health workers would like. The county health department has partnered with other community organizations to get the word out to seniors and address whatever barriers they have to get them vaccinated. One of those organizations is the Klamath and Lake Counties Council on Aging, and we hear from its executive director, Kim Estes, in conversation with Valeree Lane from the Klamath County health department.

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