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COVID-19 vaccine supplies limited at mass vaccine sites in Illinois

MONROE COUNTY, Ill — Stretching for three miles on Thursday, 2,000 cars in Waterloo waited for the Monroe County Health Department’s vaccination clinic.

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One of those people in queue was Sutton Sauer and her parents.

“My parents have been self-isolating since March. It’s been really hard. We were very anxious and excited for them to get the vaccine,” an emotional Sauer said.

What she thought was supposed to be a smooth ride, wasn’t.

Sauer’s parents are 87-and 85-years-old, so she wanted to help. She signed the duo up on Illinois Department of Public Health’s website to get the shots.

“It gives you a list of appointments and sites available and Monroe County was on there,” she explained.

Getting the green light, the St. Clair County family drove across county lines, thinking it was open to all Illinois residents.

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