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All the ragging on Trump over Covid but the state has known for MONTHS as vaccine was covered and still have no idea how to distribute it - our fine Governor at work.
Please investigate and amplify on your statement that “as of Tuesday, only a quarter of the doses distributed have been administered. Nationally, that percentage is about 34%, leaving Virginia to rank among the worst in the country when it comes to doses used.” Per Bloomberg’s ranking, we were still 46th yesterday. The media should be front paging this news - and putting pressure on the governor to do something new since this hasn’t changed in the SEVEN DAYS since he last addressed us on it. This needs to be his top priority. Other governors are addressing vaccinations daily! Please
Media - please make this your lead story!!
Have fun with your jabs!
Question- what good is it when our front line workers are vaccinated and they come home to their families and they are not vaccinated? Should the families be next? Just an observation. And vaccinated people can be A Symptomatic and can give it to their families —- right? Good Concern Right? From CDC.
The vaccine will protect you from getting ill and then ending up hospitalized. But it's possible that you could still carry the virus and be contagious to others. So those who get the vaccine should still be wearing masks and practicing physical distancing.Dec 28, 2020
The point? I think the family living with the Vaccinated should be next in line
Does your question pertain to the flu as well?
Why can't the Commonwealth train the National Guard to give the Covid vaccination injections? The process doesn't take a rocket scientist. Call in the troops and scatter the sites around so that the lines are not so outrageous!
It's my understanding that having enough ultracold freezers precludes this.
The email says Wednesday, the article says Monday.
To be offered in secret locations?
If you’re an essential worker you’ll probably be notified where to get your shot.
Nothing nefarious about it.
And if you are over 75 and not an essential worker, then you would not be notified by your employer. In fla. , those over 65 wait for 5 hours either in a car or moving along in a wheel chair.
There is a signup form on the state Dept. of Health website. You answer questions about your situation and later are notified when you are eligible for the vaccine. The article should make this clear.
Heh Bill...hope you’re well. So, I’m 71 next week with cardiomyopathy. I can wait....but the sheer lack of planning, organization, communication (particularly by physician groups) is quite third world.
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