COVID Vaccines

I have really been disappointed in the way Nebraska has dealt with vaccinating people with pre-existing conditions such as cancer. We were told to go to a special website and get registered and we would be called soon for appointments. Then this group was dropped from the vaccination list altogether for a couple of weeks. Now they plan on vaccinating them dead last before the general population….and only in the order of the medical staff’s (and which medical staff is unclear) determination of severity. Luckily, as I mentioned before, I got in for a Pfizer vaccine 3 weeks ago. I received my second vaccine about 2 hours ago. I am blessed. I am also happy that it was announced that 5000 teachers in our county will get vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine this Saturday. My parents live the suburbs of Houston and they have found it very difficult to get vaccinated…and their age group has come and gone. Today, they both got their first vaccine shot of Moderna. Praise God! I know that masks and physical distancing still has to take place, but wow, would I love to be able to go back to church! Tonight, as I am looking at a spectacular pink sunset after a sunny day of 65 degrees….I am feeling blessed.

3 thoughts on “COVID Vaccines

  1. I would love to see your smiling face at church! Sending you a hug! ❤️❤️❤️👍😊🙏

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