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Should Oregon stop taking vaccine appointments until enough doses for all eligible are available?
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889 Votes

Should Oregon stop taking vaccine appointments until enough doses for all eligible are available?

Yes, this is getting ridiculous!

2

No, get them out as soon as you can!

5

Yes, this is getting ridiculous!

2 Comments
Denise Larsen
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Denise Larsen

We need more appointment times for each group as people become eligible for the vaccine. My husband, 71, couldn't get an appointment on Monday, Feb. 22. The slots filled up in 2 hours! Today there were shots available at Sisters Firehall. Times were all gone in 35 minutes! What do we do????????

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Patrick Elliott
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Patrick Elliott

My wife and I are over 70 years old. I have Stage 3 kidney disease and my wife is a pre-school teacher. We have filled out vaccination request forms and have called daily trying to get an appointment. We are unable to get a solid answer on our status. Complete our group first!.

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No, get them out as soon as you can!

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singcrazyspirit
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singcrazyspirit

Use the stock you have! When more becomes available, there won't be a backlog of people who need shots. With 2-3 weeks between doses, it's logical to get as many 1st doses into arms as possible. This expedites their 2nd dose. This allows more vaccine for those coming up in the next tier!

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

While I am allergic to any influenza vaccine, have been for years (documented), I still keep tabs on the vaccine problems. The vaccines should not just sit and wait once they arrive.

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Michael Miller
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Michael Miller

That's silly. Get people protected as soon as possible.

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Amanda Wallace
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Amanda Wallace

Only because those most at risk for death (seniors and underlying conditions) aren't fully eligible yet. They should've been prioritized and if they had, then it would be fine to slow down the process because the remaining people would be healthy.

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k san
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k san

Absolutely not! Even tho it is frustrating to get thru to make an appt. - even when your age group is eligible - the few who DO get thru is better than NONE getting thru and getting vaccinated.

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Do you think technology & phones should be limited in schools?
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187 Votes

Do you think technology & phones should be limited in schools?

YES

3

NO

1

YES

3 Comments
Melissa Howiler
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Melissa Howiler

Kids need to be focused on school not their phone s!

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Kids spend way too much time on phones. They need to concentrate on reading, writing and arithment which schools need to go back to teaching. I believe social media has harmed our children.

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NO

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Jay Ball
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Jay Ball

This country is falling behind. If you haven’t noticed. technology is here might as well Use it to our advantage

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Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?
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361 Votes

Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?

Yes

5

No

1

Yes

5 Comments
Edward Smith
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Edward Smith

Kids need to think about studies without hunger.

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Rachel Fowler
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Rachel Fowler

There are so many families who can't afford to pay for lunches whether it is hot or cold. I think this is going to be so helpful. ❤️

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Paul Owen
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Paul Owen

I believe that since it is from our tax money and property taxes that all should be able to go eat for free

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snowzone
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snowzone

Why give all the free meals to the ungrateful bums that live of free handouts but refuse to work for it. Feed our kids.

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Food is expensive due to bidenomics

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No

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Steven Huillet
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Steven Huillet

Parents need to pay for their kids lunches! No more free rides on tax payers back!

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