I haven't, but the old woman I'm a caregiver for got her second vaccine shot today. Don't know if my mom's gotten any shots yet. Greg Abbott is evil...in case the Great Freeze didn't clue you in on that one.
Moderna is, in my opinion, the better one. If I recall the statistics correctly, the vaccine becomes 80% effective within a week of the first dose, but unfortunately you can't stop wearing a mask until the pandemic is over, because idiots will see people without masks and decide that they can stop wearing theirs. Although I'm not sure how many people even wore masks in the first place in your part of Texas.
I haven't been vaccinated yet (being 16 I'm at the very end of the list), but both my mom and my grandparents have gotten vaccinated. I'm not sure which one they got, but I think my mom got either Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson.
I have barely left the house for almost 3 years now and still somehow came close to catching it on multiple occasions.
The vaccines aren't here but the tests are everywhere. Masks are still a thing that most people do, except if they're like on the sidewalk or something. Places are still closed but somehow our local gamestop wasn't one of the many that were shut down. And thanks to hedge fund rebellion, they're actually hiring.
Congratulations on being an objectively superior human being compared to the 80% of weaker population.
The place I work at has been placing me on a list to go and get the vaccine, but I have yet to be contacted about actuall getting the shot. Not sure which shot they will be giving me, but i could really use the extra wifi connection that I've been earing about XD
My mom recently got her second dose and her face turned to slush and sloughed off. Although, she did get Pfizer, so that was probably the mistake.
You're saying this like people's faces don't slough off at regular intervals.
Which vaccine did you get? I am about to get the second shot of Moderna and my bud got really sick for a few days after getting his second shot. I'm not really worried about it because if I get sick, I get sick, and if I don't then great. I do think it is important for people to get the vaccine, but I also think that everyone should talk to their doctor on the risks that each vaccine could have. Because anything medical could effect each person differently enough to cause some kind of concerns, and if they don't feel 100% about the vaccine then that is their decision that they can make with their doctor.
So in Arizona, anyone 16 and over can sign up now, and most of my friends have already gotten the first dose. My mom is now fully vaccinated and my dad is getting his second shot in a week. My parents decided that I shouldn't get the vaccine, but at least I'll have herd immunity soon.