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BarnBuster

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Wynn also became a treasured source of comfort for paramedics, police officers and other staff throughout the facility. Hospital employees frequently came by for "puppy kisses."
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Laughing Grass

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Ontario released its vaccination "plan"

We haven't even started vaccinating the general public yet. It's embarrassing that the US can vaccinate more people in single day than we've vaccinated so far. They claim that they'll start doing the general public on April 15th, I'd be comfortable betting everything on the fact that they'll miss this deadline and have some flippant bullshit excuse. And you have to use an online portal to register... how many people over 80 are going to be able to do that?
  • April 15: vaccinations begin for people 75 years old and over.
  • May 1: vaccinations begin for people 70 years old and over.
  • June 1: vaccinations begin for people 65 years and over.
  • July 1: vaccinations begin for people 60 years and over.
So if it's going to take a month to do groups of five years that means I can get one in February 2021??? Lol this is never going to end.

 

tyler.durden

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  • April 15: vaccinations begin for people 75 years old and over.
  • May 1: vaccinations begin for people 70 years old and over.
  • June 1: vaccinations begin for people 65 years and over.
  • July 1: vaccinations begin for people 60 years and over.
So if it's going to take a month to do groups of five years that means I can get one in February 2021??? Lol this is never going to end.


Even worse, February of 2022.
 

lokie

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Back at school | Pandemic continues, but life goes on at Wenatchee and Eastmont highs


“Excited to be back in the building with friends and around teachers. It’s so much easier to being in the classroom than being in Zoom,”

This guy may not be as excited as what is being reported.
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Juan Cruz fits into a small enclosure with his sousaphone during band practice at Wenatchee High School Tuesday.




 

GreatwhiteNorth

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My VA doc scheduled me for a UA because I have a script for Xanax (which I rarely use).
I refused as my wife has underlying conditions and I am not comfortable being in a populated setting (if I get it, she will as well no doubt).
I told her that when we are vaccinated I'll take any test she wants, but not now.
 

Kushash

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My wife received the 2nd Moderna shot Wednesday.
Her symptoms were mild. Sensitive to loud noise the 1st evening. Muscle ache and minor chills the next day.
Her sister received the second Moderna shot the same day and had a bit more of a reaction.
Nevada dropped the age for getting the shot to 65. I'm in the next group (60+) and hoping I'll get my 1st injection in about a month from now.
 

Moldy

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My wife received the 2nd Moderna shot Wednesday.
Her symptoms were mild. Sensitive to loud noise the 1st evening. Muscle ache and minor chills the next day.
Her sister received the second Moderna shot the same day and had a bit more of a reaction.
Nevada dropped the age for getting the shot to 65. I'm in the next group (60+) and hoping I'll get my 1st injection in about a month from now.
Just got my first Moderna shot down in Minden NV yesterday. FEMA and NV Guard present and active. I had to drive an hour to get it but who cares? Been trying to find a place now for a month and glad I got in under the wire before the younger 65 year old people clog up the system.
The new J & J vaccine should be approved by tonight which should be a game changer for moving things faster along. One shot and doesn't need -60C to keep it viable.
 

curious2garden

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My wife received the 2nd Moderna shot Wednesday.
Her symptoms were mild. Sensitive to loud noise the 1st evening. Muscle ache and minor chills the next day.
Her sister received the second Moderna shot the same day and had a bit more of a reaction.
Nevada dropped the age for getting the shot to 65. I'm in the next group (60+) and hoping I'll get my 1st injection in about a month from now.
You're into the older women eh Kush? ;D Congrats, I took my hub into the Valencia Megapod today for his second Pfizer. So now I can worry less about him doing something stupid killing him, about the virus anyway. It's also looking more like if you're vaccinated you can't vector. So I'm hopeful that bears out.

I'm in the to young to be eligible group but I'm really good with waiting until most everyone else gets theirs. I have good PPE and I know how to use it.
 

curious2garden

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My VA doc scheduled me for a UA because I have a script for Xanax (which I rarely use).
I refused as my wife has underlying conditions and I am not comfortable being in a populated setting (if I get it, she will as well no doubt).
I told her that when we are vaccinated I'll take any test she wants, but not now.
It's prescribed as needed right?
 
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