She had been real anxious to get the vaccination. She dreaded the thought of getting COVID. So, I was on the alert. I even called up N.H. ‘211’ on Wednesday the day after the CDC approved it for her age range.
I saw on TV that registrations for 15 & under will start on Thursday morning. I registered Thursday morning. Got a 2:35pm slot at “Walgreens” in Wolfeboro, N.H. There were only a couple of people around. It wasn’t as quick & slick as I had hoped. They made us fill in a “Walgreens” specific form so that they can capture our data. That didn’t thrill me. They also wanted her insurance! That annoys I. I though the government was paying for all shots. What happens to those without insurance?
Well, she got the shot — Pfizer 1st dose — at 3:03pm. How can I be precise. Because our 15-minutes were up at 3:18pm.
She was fine. A few hours later she said she had some pain in her arm. But, it wasn’t bad.
So, that is our story. But, she still needs a second dose.
From “aleve.com” no less. “Walmart” is the ONLY online supplier listed. Available, locally, at ‘Walmart’, ‘CVS’ and ‘Walgreens’. Click image to access the Aleve Website …
Amazon has REFILL Gel Pads — but not as Amazon Prime items. Click to ENLARGE.
Amazon has OTHER variants of this “Hollywog WiTouch” product. Refer to yesterday’s post. “Core Products” is one of “Hollywog’s” key distributors. Notice the difference in price. $69 vs $49.99 for the “Aleve” branding. Click to ENLARGE.
As you can see above the “Aleve” variant, at least for now, is NOT available on Amazon — which is annoying if you are I. It would have been so much easier to order it online — yesterday — and have it delivered on Tuesday (by USPS). Now I will have to go to “Walmart“. I would rather NOT order anything online from “Walmart.com” since they are definitely NOT Amazon.
Just a heads up.
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