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  1. Hey Natasha,

    you should keep your sanctimonious blatherings to yourself when you don't know what you are talking about. We heard from friends about the vaccines in Tonala mid-afternoon. No mention of any restrictions as they are from Ajijic. We really had no time, or place to get info about this since it was due to stop that evening. We decided it was worth a try and took off. The volunteers at the site had our information and not one of them said being from Chapala was a problem. If they had, we would have left. A far as I know nobody that was in the line was turned away. Jealousy is not a good look.

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  2. We heard from friends that they had gone to Tonala yesterday morning and had the vaccine within three hours. After finding out the site was open until 9:00 pm, we drove 45 minutes to the place. It is all drive-up in your car. We got in line at 6:41 and had the shot at 8:50. I never left my car. I believe we showed 3-4 documents...my wife had them all. They had 300 or so student volunteers and it was incredible how smoothly the process went. As you approached the spot to get the shot the students were actually walking along with your car asking and answering questions. After getting the shot we were directed to a holding area...still in our car for 30 minutes to see if anyone had a reaction. Whole thing, soup to nuts was about four hours including the drive over and back. We had snacks in the car and a cooler. Listened to music and my wife and her friend played cards. They gave us a proof of vaccine card and took our phone #s and email to contact us for the second injection. Oh yeah, it was the Pfizer vaccine.

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