I booked my husband on the phone for his vaccine (underlying condition) because the website wouldn’t accept his birth year for some reason...
The woman on the phone asked if was booking myself too abd I explained it’s not my turn. That I was anxious to get it, but also happy to wait my turn...
She expressed her thanks and told me that many people were getting really upset with them because they aren’t in a qualifying group...
I get the frustration and anxiety, but not taking it out on some poor woman who is answering phones and booking people. Those people aren’t deciding the priority list. They’re just booking people who qualify. So thanks from me, phone lady. 😷
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