UpWrong wrote:My wife had the vaccine on Dec 15th, my mum had hers today, I get mine on Weds.
The Mrs was due for her 2nd last saturday but it's been postponed. I'm not worried, we both had COVID back in March so the first jab is our booster :lol:
My Mum (in her 90's) lives near a decent sized city but nowhere near any of these mega centres being created and she's had no invite so far. She even cancelled an operation so she can be ready for the C-19 vaccination (as she was told by the hospital she could not be vaccinated for 3 weeks after her operation).
I appreciate it's something of a numbers game but I always get a bit concerned when we see so much effort being put into a few mega centralised locations as it means people have to travel further (spend longer on public transport=more risk), etc. and that effort can detract from the more localised services (though I've no idea if that is happening in the case of vaccinations). This Government always seems to leap to the fewer large centralised options (kept firmly under Westminster control) rather than e.g. the thousands if pharmacies close to many of those needing vaccination.