We have come a long was since March of 2020-- just 12-months ago. Last March, we were a severely impacted by the changes and the shut-down of business across the city, state, and nation. Of course, we weren't alone. This trend was going on across the globe and all we knew was "coronavirus". Now, we know a lot more about COVID-19. We know that masks and social distancing can protect us, we know (and will probably never view the same again) the importance of sanitization, and believe it or not-- we have a vaccine.
With light now visible at the end of the tunnel, we have a long way to go yet. However, as more and more people get vaccinated and do their part in being a part of the solution, I can't help but be overwhelmed with hope.
Just this afternoon, more vaccine accessibility was announced by Idaho's Governor, Brad Little.
Many of us have been anxiously awaiting updates on vaccine rollouts and hoping that we can get our next. Now, it's looking like we'll be getting them a lot sooner.
Just announced this afternoon by Governor Brad Little, ALL Idahoans age 16 and over WILL BE ABLE to get their vaccine appointments starting on Monday, April 5th.
Another important announcement is that on March 29th, ANY IDAHOAN can get a vaccine appointment that has at least one medical condition.
If you would like to pre-register for your appointment, you can do so, HERE.
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