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LouVax site looks thin on cars because they're prepared for more

WHAS11 got a message from a person who was at the LouVax site this week and said there was a chunk of time where no cars were coming through. To find out why that happened when we've got critical vaccine on the line, we reached out to the organizers for answers. There's a couple reasons that run across your mind when you hear there was no one there. Were people skipping appointments? Did the supply run out? Were there not enough volunteers? Dr. SarahBeth Hartlage, associate medical director for Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness, said the real answer is they're too efficient and under supplied. "Our wait times are down," Dr. Hartlage said as cars efficiently moved through Broadbent arena behind her. "The amount of time folks are spending prior to getting through the line and into the building are down. Part of that is the longer we do this, the better we get. Keep doing it 50,000 times and eventually you improve your processes a little bit."

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