Posted by Big Ron on February 18, 21 at 07:30:22:
We got vaccination #1 yesterday. As we pulled into the back of the line of cars that stretched onto the street, I got a glimpse of the thousands of cars within the large lot. My first thought was that this was going to be a nightmare.
But to my surprise the site was extremely well organized and manned by a large army of knowledgeable and friendly volunteers. There were people stationed about every 30 feet to direct us to the shortest of the 10 check-in lanes. The computer data system worked flawlessly and all of our personal data was retrieved by referencing our reservation numbers. Then another group of traffic controllers directed us to the vaccination lines. The lines moved so well that the volunteer that filled out our vaccination cards and screened us for pre-existing conditions had to walk along as we continued to move forward. Then it was off to a holding line to slow you down to make sure that there was a 15 minute retention to watch for adverse vaccination reactions. The line doubled as a sign up for shot #2. Then we were back on the street.
I applaud the people that created these flawless systems and the techs that maintain the computer systems and networked iPads. The same goes for the hundreds of volunteers that directed traffic and entered data. And of course the medical workers that actually administered the vaccinations. Under a tremendous workload, all the workers maintained a friendly attitude and smiling faces.
Great job to everybody involved!
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