CHICAGO (CBS) — An evening after a Chicago lady instructed CBS 2 she was frightened as a result of her cousin, who’s in a nursing house, by no means acquired his second COVID-19 vaccine shot – he now has it.
Cheryl Bellamy-Bonner solely learned that her cousin, Alan Matthews, had not gotten the second shot after visiting him at Landmark Nursing House in Richton Park – after which getting a letter from the state saying he was not totally vaccinated.
Bellamy-Bonner was surprised to learn, “Information point out that you could be be overdue to your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.”
“I don’t know in the event that they dropped the ball or they’re simply negligent,” Bellamy-Bonner mentioned. “I don’t know if he’s the one affected person, or certainly one of many sufferers that haven’t gotten their second shot.
Bellamy-Bonner mentioned she and her sister left messages and referred to as Landmark greater than half a dozen instances, however nobody referred to as them again.
Kozlov talked to Matthews by cellphone. He mentioned he obtained his first COVID shot two and a half months in the past.
Kozlov: “On the time that it was given to you, what did they inform you a couple of second shot?”
Matthews: “That the second was coming.”
Matthews has not gotten any info since.
“You ask a nurse they usually go it alongside,” he mentioned.
However on Wednesday, Bellamy-Bonner contacted CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov, and mentioned Matthews was in a position to get his second shot throughout the day.