It has been a month since the COVID-19 vaccines were getting shot into people’s arms. But is the vaccine rollout going according to plan at the federal and state levels, or are there mixed messages and information muddying up the process? Summit County health commissioner Donna Skoda joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to address any concerns the listeners may have when it comes to the local rollout of the vaccine. In Summit County, Skoda says they are doing “good” with the rollout, especially when the shots can’t just be administered in a car or outside on a chair. She also touched on the vital importance of the second shot of the vaccine. As for the numbers in the area, Skoda says they have seen them tumble due to the mandates and restrictions, and she praised those in the county for staying the course and not gathering in large numbers for the late December holidays.