Vaccine distribution has come a long, long way in the last three months. Once many seniors and frontline workers got their shots, mass vaccination sites began springing up. Now that the most vulnerable and those who desperately wanted to get their vaccine have done so, the smaller pop-up and walk-in sites will begin in the communities. Donna Skoda is the health commissioner in Summit County, and she joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about these pop-up clinics. With the variants wreaking havoc overseas, Skoda believes it is of great importance to spreading the word about the vaccines and making sure as many people are inoculated as possible, and to do so is to get into these smaller communities with walk-in vaccination sites.