Yesterday around 2:20 p.m. I drove myself to the Oregon Convention Center, stood in line for about ten minutes, and was freely provided with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
I expected that I would be standing in line for some time and that the whole thing would be extremely disruptive to whatever I had planned for the day.
Instead, the line was quick and efficient, and afterwards I was able to make a follow-up appointment scheduled exactly 21 days after my first. My arm didn’t even really get sore.
If the vaccine is available to you, do it. If your state is anything like mine, it’s quick, easy, and most important, puts you five weeks from having your life back.