I am super fortunate and recognize that. This isn’t about me. My frustration is due to my MIL who isn’t old enough to get the vaccine yet in Nebraska, yet she just finished cancer treatment, while my FIL who is actually really healthy, was able to get an appointment because he’s old enough and when he tried to give up his slot for her, they said he couldn’t do that. That’s messed up.In fairness there was a lot that changed in 12 months, many of which everyone would laugh Or scoff at how stupid it was, or how shortsighted it was at the time.
everyone’s gonna piss and moan when they aren’t a priority, and I certainly agree. The really sick should go first, the elderly should too, and those who haven’t been working from home should be up next.
count your blessings you can work from home, and support a kid to do school at home and even have the privilege and health to be able to get out for a run and find the desire to scream at people who don’t wear masks.
I also think remote learning is working well here in Washington and I’d prefer to see grocery workers get preference for vaccines and just finish the 2020-2021 school year at home, but parents just want to get rid of their kids during the day. This is hyperbole, I recognize the families who need school open to be able to work, but they’re not the ones constantly yelling on my Facebook feed and driving me nuts.