Herald’s information on vaccine process appreciated

Yay, Herald! Thanks so much for article about where to get vaccinated with sites that weren’t closed, crashing or taking numbers with a promise to call back “as soon as vaccine becomes available.”

I finally got through and able to make appointments for both first and second vaccine.

Thanks!

Molly Cook

Shoreline

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