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Under conviction about the vaccine, how to find it

By Linda Waggener

Tragically, a coworker of my sister's in Glasgow died from COVID-19 this weekend - a young man in the prime of life, strong and healthy before he got the virus.

She is past recommending and is in the throes of pressuring her young adult son to get the vaccine, right now, this instant. He's open to it, under conviction as we say in church, still hesitant, doesn't know where to find it so he doesn't have to miss work.

Asking if I know who is giving it, we scrolled down CM headlines to the clickable link posted daily: "Find your vaccination site - Visit vaccines.gov or call 1-800-232-0233 now". It gives a clickable search function to find the exact local locations. There's also the 800 number for all who have no computer.




This story was posted on 2021-09-27 09:51:09
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