The vaccine rollout in my area has been haphazard at best, but I recently found out that I can get my vaccine a in a town a few hours away without any issues or questions at all. I know more shots are becoming available by the day and I want to make sure everyone who needs to get their shot gets one, but I'm currently eligible to get my shot and am struggling with whether I should travel to get my shot.
What do you think? Is it ok to travel to get a shot or should I wait to get it in my hometown?
StarLord Wrote: I don't think it is. My wife drove to another state to get hers. As long as they have a steady supply - I think we should emphasize getting as many people vaccinated as possible. So I don't see anything wrong in you travelling to get it.