I was listening to health officials urge the populace to get their boosters, and it occurred to me that I might be overdue for my next booster. And I am, by over a month.
Remember the days when I went the earliest day possible? And here I am overdue. I think my natural need to avoid death has really dropped off now that I've had a sibling die. Seems pointless to watch my weight or alcohol intake. That's the only reason I can think of for spacing out on my shot: my post-David laissez-faire attitude about life and death.
So I quickly filled out the on-line questionnaire and lined up at the CVS yesterday afternoon.
"Was your previous shot the bivalent shot?" they asked.
"Well, we can't give you another shot then, because the CDC hasn't given any guidance on that."
Frustrating, given that the on-line questionnaire asked that same bivalent question, I gave the same answer, was cleared, but now I was stalled.
So, they advised that I keep my eye on the CDC website to see if the policy changes and then try again.
Hmph. Another mark against CVS. I'm curious to see what Walgreens or the neurologist might do.
UGH. Yes. They should make the website match their in-person guidance, or their in-person guidance match the website.
Posted by: KC | December 10, 2022 at 12:32 PM
KC - worse, I just checked my card and it's signed and dated as if I got a shot.
Posted by: theQueen | December 11, 2022 at 03:25 AM
Posted by: kc | December 11, 2022 at 02:29 PM