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Sun Jan 24, 2021, 10:22 PM

Meet UK's Vaccine volunteers: 'It's felt good to fight back against Covid'

Hereís a heart warming story. Sleep well

Ordinary people trained by UKís National Health Services to give vaccinations.

Team UK

We need Team USA

There are not enough trained to give 700,000 shots quickly!

Volunteers trained to vaccinate is a good plan.

Iíve given myself shots. Itís not rocket science.

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OhNo-Really Jan 24 OP
LizBeth Jan 24 #1
OhNo-Really Jan 24 #2
LizBeth Jan 24 #3
OhNo-Really Jan 24 #4

Response to OhNo-Really (Original post)

Sun Jan 24, 2021, 10:34 PM

1. I got my first in drive thru today and everyone was so awesome. While so cold outside.

Our national guard was doing it. I told them thanks, like seeing our NG doing this rather than other stuff we have called them up for.

Btw, being a baby with shots, not only was the shot not a big deal, I didn't even feel it. I asked the dude, you did it? He had, and I did not feel it.

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Response to LizBeth (Reply #1)

Sun Jan 24, 2021, 10:47 PM

2. I'm happy for you. My states sign up website crashed so 🤷🏻‍♀️

My friends in VA said it was an emotional experience.

Thank you

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Response to OhNo-Really (Reply #2)

Sun Jan 24, 2021, 10:54 PM

3. " an emotional experience." Profound a year of conditioning does to us and how we can see a

new world with the vac. It is.

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Response to LizBeth (Reply #3)

Sun Jan 24, 2021, 11:50 PM

4. 11 months for me. I began in Feb 2020

The perpetual dread. Not being needed to show up. Itís tedious. So sad for parents & children.

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