Poll: Covid-19 Vaccine

like_that 1st Team All-PWN
29,228 posts 311 reps Joined Apr 2010
Sun, Jan 10, 2021 12:20 PM
posted by GOONx19

Got my 2nd dose yesterday and currently have no noticeable side effects.

Nice. I have been hearing from friends, that the 2nd dose is where the symptoms start.  Most feel feverish with aches for about 24-72 hours.  

Automatik Senior Member
15,737 posts 93 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sun, Jan 10, 2021 12:39 PM

My grandmother was just “put on the list.” My mom said she has to check back in two weeks.

What does that mean regarding roll out in Ohio? She’s 83. Lives alone. They are opening it to non nursing home residents and health care workers?

sportchampps Senior Member
7,527 posts 32 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sun, Jan 10, 2021 1:07 PM
posted by Automatik

My grandmother was just “put on the list.” My mom said she has to check back in two weeks.

What does that mean regarding roll out in Ohio? She’s 83. Lives alone. They are opening it to non nursing home residents and health care workers?

80 and older are eligible for the vaccine in Ohio starting January 19th. I think each county is doing it siff


gut Senior Member
18,369 posts 92 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sun, Jan 10, 2021 2:38 PM
posted by sportchampps

80 and older are eligible for the vaccine in Ohio starting January 19th. I think each county is doing it siff

Any word on how they're going to roll that out?  I thought the original plan, at least federally, was to use CVS and Walgreens.  That makes a lot of sense given those two pharmacies vaccinate millions every year for the flu.

Doesn't seem feasible or practical to roll this out through PCP's.  And hopefully there's a better plan logistically so you don't have 1000 people show up at 9am at a Walgreens that has only 10 doses.

When I got tested, I booked an appointment on line and I think it was ultimately through Walgreens, but not sure.  That would seem to make the most sense.  But it's government, they'll continue to fuck this up for a while.

sportchampps Senior Member
7,527 posts 32 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sun, Jan 10, 2021 2:57 PM
posted by gut

Any word on how they're going to roll that out?  I thought the original plan, at least federally, was to use CVS and Walgreens.  That makes a lot of sense given those two pharmacies vaccinate millions every year for the flu.

Doesn't seem feasible or practical to roll this out through PCP's.  And hopefully there's a better plan logistically so you don't have 1000 people show up at 9am at a Walgreens that has only 10 doses.

When I got tested, I booked an appointment on line and I think it was ultimately through Walgreens, but not sure.  That would seem to make the most sense.  But it's government, they'll continue to fuck this up for a while.

It’s different by country some countries in Ohio are already doing signups some haven’t said anything. What county is she in


thavoice Senior Member
15,437 posts 41 reps Joined Nov 2009
Thu, Jan 14, 2021 3:48 PM

Not that I want to get it but I can see it being mandatory for work and also I think some events may require it so why not, eh?


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