Karl's Kolumn

GETTING SHOT… Anne and I got our first COVID-19 vaccination at the Mendel Center recently. We arrived a bit early and were a bit surprised by the long line ahead. There was no reason for concern as the line was in continuous motion.  The nurses administering the “shot” were well trained and efficient; by the time I was primed for the “poke” my nurse was covering the site with a bandage. Anne’s experience was much the same. Part two of the exercise is scheduled for early March.

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