Are we suffering from a vaccination fixation. It is the latest theme to talk about. No matter where you are in the world, you begin to compare who is getting the fix, what their qualifications are, and evem the name and type of injection your government is supplying. The government are telling us daily how many people have had their needle full of the latest serum and proudly announce it on the radio, television and in the newspapers. It is slowly becoming a competition. “Have you been vaccinated yet?” is becoming one of the regular questions. Are we having a competition to see who has had it and who not.
And me? I must admit it, I have joined the club. At first you could only request the vaccination in our country by telephone. After the telephone connections were over occupied and were collapsing regularly at least 1-2 days a week, an online connection was organised. Even that went wrong this week and it seemed people were not getting the right questions to answer. Today I connected with http://www.corona.so.ch and filled out the questions. Success, I was accepted and am registered for my jab. When that will be I have no idea, but I am getting there. I think it will be some time in February, although March is also not so far away.
In the meanwhile I continue in my self isolation, ordering groceries online and avoiding contact with the others. However, our local town and area have no large numbers of the affected and the cases are reducing daily. I might even chance an excursion in the outside world tomorrow if it does not snow and temperatures climb to 6° C.
By the way the photo above is naturally not from my colleagues or family getting their Covid jab, but our cat Tabby having her annual jab. Look how brave she is, just sitting there having it done.FOWC with Fandango: Meme