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Being 76 years old and considered an "old fart" by the medical community I was able to get my vaccine today at my local Henry Ford Hospital location. Had a great looking nurse who treated my like the great gentleman I am. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Everything was very well organized and laid out in order.
In and out in 25 minutes which includes a 15 minute observation time after you have your shot.
What a country!
Go back on March 19th for the 2nd dose.
 

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Being 76 years old and considered an "old fart" by the medical community I was able to get my vaccine today at my local Henry Ford Hospital location. Had a great looking nurse who treated my like the great gentleman I am. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Everything was very well organized and laid out in order.
In and out in 25 minutes which includes a 15 minute observation time after you have your shot.
What a country!
my wife and i are both 71 and we get ours this week at kaiser. i aso had the option of va. glad you got yours.
 

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Being 76 years old and considered an "old fart" by the medical community I was able to get my vaccine today at my local Henry Ford Hospital location. Had a great looking nurse who treated my like the great gentleman I am. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Everything was very well organized and laid out in order.
In and out in 25 minutes which includes a 15 minute observation time after you have your shot.
What a country!
My wife and I got ours this past Tuesday. We were in and out in 30 minutes, and go back in a month for the second dose.
 

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I got my first one. No issues so far. Glad to get it so I can go about life again soon hopefully. They’re gonna require em on cruises we go on, so it was either get one or find a new vacation.


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My mom (71 years young) got her first Covid vaccine shot on 2/6 and gets her second one on 3/13. I am waiting for my turn, but have a little while to go since I am only 45.
 

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I thought I had Covid in January last year as I had something with some weird symptoms I had never had but then I did an antibody test and came back negative, so I dunno. It’s weird how this virus behaves.


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I'll be 71 in March.

Got my first one on February 12, going back for the second one on March 12.

My wife is only 53, so she has to wait, and wait, and wait . . . :mad:
 

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As an employee of DOD, I received my second shot a couple of weeks ago. No side effects; not even much of a sore arm.
 

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i turned 33 last week and got my first shot a week and a half ago, i'm on the local fire dept. so thats how i got one, but i was in and out in 25 minutes with a 15 minute observation time, they say if you've had covid you can experience side effects, i was extremely sick at the begining of march 2020 so thought for sure i had it but had no absolutely no side effects with my first shot
 

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I got both doses in January. I work in healthcare, I am in the business intelligence department, and my employer opened up the vaccines for all employees. First dose was rough the second not so much.
 

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my 70 yr old mom dont want the vaccine and i have a month until im 50 so i dont qualify yet
 

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Luckily my parents and my wife's mom got the vaccine. My wife and I registered but I still have a bit before I can get it as I'm in the group 2 rollout. I work in construction but have an office job (been working from home). I hope as many people as possible get the vaccine so we can return to normal. I also have a 1 year old at home so I hope they can get a vaccine for kids soon as well.

I will say that even after I get the vaccine and the pandemic passed, I will probably continue wearing a mask in public (at stores) and continue to social distance at stores as well. The flu numbers have been down dramatically this season (2020-2021) so I think people staying in and using masks and social distancing is making people less sick (go figure).
 
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