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  • and giving the vaccine is the same person who gave the vaccine.

  • They were minutes of the vaccine last week that the first person and that's Dr Michelle Chester.

  • So, without further ado, Way will proceed with the vaccination.

  • And then once that is concluded, Ahlin is going to talk about the experience on nothing else that Arlen wants to say.

  • She says she has about a half hour, so we're going to keep her to that.

  • 30 minutes.

  • No pressure, but let's proceed, Michelle.

  • Thank you.

  • Trade good.

  • Ready?

  • Yeah.

  • Do it.

  • Que Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you very much.

  • Yeah, This vaccine, it is very meaningful to me.

  • It's very important to me, um, as a nurse working in the emergency department here at Valley Stream as a health care worker, seeing what we saw, people clinging onto life, death after death, having endured all at the same time illness of my father in law, being severely ill myself.

  • 36 days of my father being in the intensive care unit here.

  • This vaccine is hope.

  • It's hoped that we will cease this pandemic.

  • It's hope that we will live a better life.

  • We should not be afraid of obtaining the vaccine.

  • We need to be afraid of Cove it because it definitely changes people's lives and it takes and destroys life.

  • Thank you very much for the opportunity to be one of the first to get the Madonna vaccine.

  • Wait, take any questions?

  • Sure is a question.

  • Well, I just want to say congratulations to Arlene.

  • Thank you, Onda, when our Lien said was very important.

  • Ah, these are just We get everybody to actually get backs in vaccination process with a coroner over the next number of months.

  • Nursing home residents beginning right now as well health care workers, especially those on the front lines on then.

  • This will progress through January, and as we progress into January, February will be doing other essential workers.

  • Andi, eventually, the high risk individuals, all the people of high risk on, then eventually going into people to the general public.

  • This will take a number of months to do on so one of the things bad people should make sure that they do.

  • That is, as we're entering the holiday season end of this week on New Year's that everybody continues to wear the mask and social distance because just because we have a vaccine is no excuse that people I stopped wearing the mask.

  • We have to continue doing that for the next couple of months on, probably for some period of time afterwards.

  • Eso if we comply with all the social distancing, hand washing mask wearing on do the vaccine, uh, then we have a great chance to see the light of the end of the tunnel of covert on, so I would urge everybody to do that.

  • Also, that's what our lien said.

  • This is The vaccine is safe.

  • It has gone through all of the proper processes to assure its efficacy.

  • Onda.

  • We encourage everybody to get vaccinated.

  • That is important because we need about 70% of the population to be vaccinated to get what they consider herd immunity on.

  • This will take a bit of time, but everybody that is hesitant about the vaccine should understand that it is safe.

  • There might be mild, you know, side effects, tireless or arm.

  • But that does not mean the vaccine is not working.

  • It actually means the vaccine is working.

  • It is doing what it should do.

  • So we encourage, uh, universal vaccination and we encourage mass wearing on.

  • So I wanna thank Michelle, and I wanna thank Arlene.

  • Thank you so much on with that, unless start writing questions.

  • That's right.

  • Questions real quick.

  • Arlene, uh, you've had coke.

  • You're healthy now.

  • You've recovered from Cove.

  • It.

  • Why was it important for you to get back?

  • Do not want to go through what I went through.

  • I do not want to go through what I went through in March and April.

  • It was severely ill.

  • I didn't know if I was gonna make it out.

  • I think that if I get it again, I will not.

  • That's how severely sick I waas.

  • Um and I just don't want to go through that again.

  • And I don't not want to expose my family to my illness or to see me ill or my family and friends.

  • My loved ones on my co workers had it was feel good.

  • Off course, very emotional.

  • This is history.

  • This is hope that everything is gonna be okay, and it's gonna be back to or better than before.

  • And I feel good.

  • No pain looking forward to what's coming next, which is hopefully a better life.

  • Don't forget Yes.

  • Okay, I'm ready.

  • I'm ready.

  • Way.

  • I'm ready.

  • Are you going to be here with way?

  • Mark it on your calendar.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you all very much.

  • Appreciate it.

  • Thank you.

  • Listen, the front.

  • Okay?

  • It's okay.

  • I am so hot.

  • What's that?

  • She wants to pick.

  • Okay.

  • Let me bring this down.

  • Come on.

  • Yes, that's smart.

  • Yes.

  • Are you kidding me?

  • Great.

  • Thank you.

  • Take another one.

  • I like that.

  • E o you ask my third.

  • Um, I just jump on you like Oh, come on.

  • You, uh, get to stand on this side.

  • Okay.

  • Hi.

  • E can breathing now.

  • You guys may be turned this, but great.

  • I don't know.

  • I didn't believe it.

  • Trust me.

  • Looking right over here.

  • Everybody okay?

  • Thank you.

  • Terry.

  • Pando.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Did great.

  • Oh, everybody here.

  • War.

  • Thank you.

  • I told Michael the access right there, huh?

  • I'm gonna jump on him.

  • I've been dreaming.

  • E What happened?

  • What happened?

  • E know why he wanted you number?

  • Yeah.

  • You take any applicants, you can get it.

  • What is the thing?

  • This is the vaccine.

  • The vaccination record?

  • Yeah.

  • Don't tell you.

  • When is the 28 days e I'll never forget this.

  • Thank you very much.

  • I saw how much How long were you in the hospital?

  • I wasn't in the hospital.

  • I didn't want to.

  • I was at home because my father in law and my father were here, and my kids were scared crap.

  • So I just endured it at home, by myself, with, you know, isolated myself in the room.

  • It was crazy.

  • I was, like, about seven days of fever cause vomiting, diarrhea and headaches.

  • And I couldn't be here with my dad as a nurse.

  • I couldn't be here with my dad.

  • Them I thought that was the hardest part.

  • Yeah.

  • You know, I was blue.

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