KANSAS CITY, Mon. (AP) – Weeks of public data presented by the Missouri Department of Health suggesting a high rate of COVID-19 vaccinations for multiracial residents is likely to be inaccurate, state officials said.
The state announced on Wednesday that the earlier data outnumbered residents with more than one racial heritage, KCUR reported. As a result, publicly available information suggesting more than a third of multiracial Missourians received gunfire is likely incorrect. Officials say it is unclear how much the overcount skewed the data.