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Anxiety, confusion remain over COVID-19 vaccine rollout at mass vaccination site at CCSF

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Anxiety, confusion remain over COVID-19 vaccine rollout at mass vaccination site at CCSF

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This article discusses the confusion over how vaccines are being rolled out to eligible individuals in San Francisco. A vaccination site is allowing individuals to get vaccinated without an appointment if there are extra doses at the end of the day. However, while texts are being sent out to let people know they are eligible, without an appointment there is no guarantee they will receive a vaccine if they go to the site; this is leading to people arriving, hoping to receive one of the leftover doses, only to be turned away. This is just one example of how confusion and misinformation about the vaccine is leading to anxiety and disappointment, and a desperate sense of hope that the kinks will be worked out soon so that the vaccination process will improve.

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ABC News

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01/24/2021

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02/11/2021
02/24/2021

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01/24/2021

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This item was submitted on January 24, 2021 by Julia Jensen using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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