EUREKA, Calif. (KIEM) – Today, the seniors at the Timber Ridge senior home in Eureka received their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
There will be a little more than 100 seniors receiving their vaccinations, and not a single person has turned down the vaccine.
Senior at Timber Ridge, Sylvia Marshall, says, “I don’t have any concerns. I just hear that it’s going to hurt a little bit maybe, but to me that’s part of it.”
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After receiving their vaccinations, the seniors get a syringe full of M&M’s and a can of Crush soda to show that they are crushing COVID one shot at a time.
A sweet treat because the process of getting the vaccine has been a long and patient journey, as the vaccines were first promised back in December.
Despite the wait, Chief Operating Officer of the senior home, Larona Farnum, says, “I’m not complaining because I think there are a lot of people in the United States, if not the world, that don’t have this opportunity so I am ecstatic. I’m hoping that with this there will be change in some of our regulations that will allow a little more openness, a little more visitation.”
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After receiving the vaccinations, the senior homes must still follow social distancing rules and limit visitations from family members.
However, it offers a glimmer of hope that it can all change in the near future.
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The second round of vaccinations will be given on February 17th.