THE WORLD IS YOUR OYSTER-- I DID HEAR THAT .. WHAT THEY DON'T TELL YOU IS THAT 80 YEARS LATER YOUR WORLD BECOMES A PIN HEAD AND
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It sounds so simple one shot in one arm well let's figure how it got there if I could even attempt it .. first of all the needle was an extremely fine gauge in that I didn't even feel it entering my skin .. unlike the needles we have around here where the needle is so big you have to hammer a nail hole before you can stick it in the horse
HOW MANY PEOPLE DOES IOT TAKE TO SHOOT ONE ARM???? LET ME COUNT THE WAYS....
---even getting to the hotel where it was given there were 3 policemen outside that said TURN THEIS CORNER AND go park and then go in the building 5 minutes ahead of your appointment ------ so we did that ----go into the building WHERE half the population are in wheelchairs because it's old people's day ----so they had managed to get one guy on each of the two doors to get the wheelchairs through the doors ---- that's two more people---- get in there they had chairs all set up that were wide enough to accommodate all these wheelchairs ....also HAD somebody telling you which chairs to sit in or next to that's another person and the next guy was the one to tell you which table to go to and the tables were all numbered way up in the air and there must have been 30 of them---- two people at each table with PPE AND a computer ----they checked in your number ..then while one person gave you this shot the other person picked up a little card preprinted with all sorts of information on to which he put your next appointment ----at the time and place ---- having done that the injection person put the needle in a special sharps container which is where you're supposed to put all needles --- and the other person took the paper that the sharp needle had been in and put that in one of two scrap baskets next to them--- both these people WERE IN complete PPE outfits and a container of vials from which they took your vaccine -----
.you then got A little card telling you when to come back for your second shot AND A posted note told you to go sit at the other end of the room for 20 minutes the START AND END times were on your posted note and you couldn't get out of there until you'd stay there till the post it notes said you could go ..at that end the room they had a person monitoring 30 or 40 people to see if anyone fell over----- if they did she had at her feet the great big yellow tote bag with various hoses sticking out of it and a sign that said call 911 ..
so when you posted notes said you could go another person AIMED you toWAred the door and again there were two people to open the two different doors for all these people still in wheelchairs and you are free to go
somewhere along the line I asked one of the people how they had gotten this job and they said it was advertised on The Internet ..These were only the people I could see .. there was a big truck outside park near the room which I assumed was refrigerated or something it had supplies which were being shuffled into the business part .if you count up all those people and figure even the minimum wage you begin to get some idea of the budget necessary for this nationwide project of putting one shot in somebody's arm
.I also gave away 6 calendars .. and I really should have taken a dog with me... it would have cheered up the whole place ..
Those three policemen at the start have to have been darn cold to stand there all day just telling people to turn a corner and there was a line of cars
..This was a massive operation ----POTENTIAL SCREW UP..... because if you just took away the three policemen bending the cars into a parking lot and telling everybody to stay there the general public would have had a massive traffic jam and possibly given up even trying to get the shot in the first place .. just as if anybody had forgotten to give each pair of people a scrap basket to accommodate all the extra stuff that would have been a mess .. so whoever planned this did a super job .
MASSIVE JOPBS---All go back to for want of a nail the nation was lost. Where the nail hold the horseshoe on the horses foot which then gets hurt for lack of a nail which then loses the horse which then loses the rider which then loses the boss person then loses the the battle and then loses the nation .. all for want of a nail .
so many operations are like that including service dog project .
if this COV teaches us nothing else it has to teach us how many parts our system are critical then I'm back to my trash collector and the guy putting mushroom soup on the supermarket shelf .. and at one point should any of those people work for the minimum wage
I am happy to say a big cause of chick in **** and the generosity of the camera crowd all are staff are above minimum wage .. and all absolutely critical to be able to put one dog with one person walking down the driveway .