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This was, admittedly, my first reaction when I found out I was about to be eligible for the vaccine: I'm young, I'm relatively healthy, wouldn't vaccinating me at this time ("this time" being early March of 2021 for the first shot) keep someone who is more at-risk from getting a vaccine, when they'd have higher need?
As soon as I found out (it took an hour, tops; one call to someone knowledgeable on the topic) that supply wasn't the limiting factor, I made my appointment. I had my second shot more than four months ago now.
At least in the U.S., supply isn't the issue. If your reason to not get it is worrying that you're taking it from someone who needs it more, not to worry -- you can both get the vaccine, no problem.
But as was pointed out elsewhere in this thread (and in others), Bryson might not have been burdened with an overabundance of schooling.
Where are the @David in FL folks- to tell us how great FL is going?
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