Hey everyone. I was wondering the status of Covid Vaccine roll out where everyone is at. And where people are at with regards to getting vaccinated personally? Is anyone out there feeling hesitancy and wanting to get support and ask questions? In San Diego, Ca. USA, the local handling has been great. We had one of the (or maybe the very first) vaccination super station. They have built an infrastructure that is very excellent. The issue is, they are operating under capacity due to lack of supply. As of yesterday, locally, 28% of the population has had at least one shot, with 18% fully vaccinated. Our current president inherited a mess from our former idiot-in-chief. But I think he is doing an excellent job with a monstrous task. There are certainly reports of some officials in other states giving undue preferential treatment of who is getting the vaccine, but where I am locally, not so much. Vaccines approved in the USA right now are Pfizer, Moderna, and J &J. We have a stockpile of the Astra Zeneca, but it is not approved here yet. I heard we are going to share some of that stockpile with our neighbors, Mexico and Canada. Personally, Library workers became eligible just recently. I had my first shot two days ago. It was my first choice, Pfizer. I had a sore arm for a little over a day. Felt about like how it feels when a certain fellow student would do a power thrust kick to my arm! Also felt a bit queasy and just not 100%. Like how one feels when a cold is coming on, but before it hits? Went away in a day. I was able to work and go to my workout, so it wasn't too bad. Totally worth it! I have family that have been/ or are going through the process. My co-workers at my Branch are all at least signed up for their first shot. Many got it the same day I did. One, who is older, has been through the entire process already. A lot of my fellow students are also getting vaccinated. The instructors are eligible as well, because they are teaching kids, so many of them are in the middle of the process. I know we have a ways to go, but I am feeling some relief and hope. Like, I am not going to die if I accidently touch my face at the wrong time. And like my loved ones and friends are going to live through this too. I am looking forward to sparring, stick fighting, push hands and two person practice with contact. I know it is a ways away, but it feels like I can see the light down the end of the tunnel. How are things with you all?