Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee
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One Down, One to Go

Lisa and I went in to Sparks today to get our first Pfizer vaccination. Everything went smoothly. the Safeway pharmacy did a pretty good job of distancing people, and there was no problem with doing Lisa and my shots at the same time even though we were scheduled 45 minutes apart because of the way their scheduler worked.

Dose 1 Done

Here I am after we got home holding my vaccination card. You can barely make out the card information, but that's apparently just as well for privacy reasons.

Neither Lisa nor I had any adverse reaction during the waiting period, and we had no problems going shopping after being released from the waiting area, then driving home. I feel that same way I did yesterday about this time, which is to say very tired due to the extra load on the Day Jobbe right now. We'll see what things are like tomorrow. I have another more or less day off scheduled tomorrow due to my forced-PTO use-it-or-lose it schedule, so that's maybe just as well.

There was also no problem with scheduling our second doses for May 5 (the date the system said we should come back), and this time I was able to schedule us both into the same time slot as well. I pick the latest slot in the day that's allowed, which means not having to disrupt my Day Jobbe schedule.
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