Bass: Vaccine administration illogical

Posted 12/21/20

We are all excited about the COVID-19 vaccines and the daily updates on the effort to get it to us.

However, what is missing is how we will actually sit in a chair and have it administered. All I …

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Bass: Vaccine administration illogical

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We are all excited about the COVID-19 vaccines and the daily updates on the effort to get it to us.

However, what is missing is how we will actually sit in a chair and have it administered. All I have heard is that it will be handled by CVS and Walgreens. Somehow it seems illogical to have all of the Sun City West residents lined up at the two local drug stores to use the few chairs that they currently have now.

I would like to hear someone in the state or county distribution system announce that when our turn comes there will be a clinic, with skilled medical people, set up in the rec hall to facilitate the immense job of getting us all inoculated in a reasonable time and at a place where we can easily get to.

Bob Bass
Sun City West

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