字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Well I am very excited, they finally come up with a vaccine. I feel the weight of it, that this is going to do something good for us and you know, that I'm ready for it to start happening. You know, I'm waiting to be on line to get my shot too. All the way to the end please. ...they don't sign for it because of the COVID. So they don't sign anything. The biggest challenge has been, temperature requirements because it has to be kept at ultra-cold temperature of negative 70 degree celsius or if you're transporting in refrigeration we have a lot more monitoring for that because it's only good for so many hours, if the temperature excursion happens. And then, there is a lot of responsibility in terms of liability. This vaccine has been very popular, so we have security protocols. We are putting seals when they're transporting, we have cameras installed, specifically for this. Alright, keep your arm relaxed. Oh, just the needle. All done! You're not even bleeding. So my grandfather actually just passed away little less than two months ago from it. So to be out here protecting other people's grandparents is really touching me personally, like I really appreciate the opportunity and just so happy to be a part of it. The staff members here, we have about two hundred and forty that we're doing. We can get through usually with this many immunizers forty or fifty an hour. At this facility specifically, we have over a hundred residents that are all room to room based. So, that takes a little more time. And then, have you ever had a reaction after receiving a vaccine in the past? I can see how grateful they are and I'm just grateful and honored to be able to give them the vaccine. For me, to be able to do it directly. You know, the last patient I just did, she's like "I'm waiting for the vaccine". I was like, "I'm here with the vaccine". And she's like, "you're here with the vaccine?" So, I'm part of the bigger movement of vaccinating basically America. And that's it! Well that's the easiest one that I ever had. Well, I'm glad. With hayfever I was... They can't come and visit me and I can't go visit them. But, oh gosh, it makes me mad. Anyway, it really is hard and it's been harder for a lot of other people who have lost folks and so, I haven't had that problem but it's awful. So, I will mask myself anytime to prevent that from happening. When I was a kid, everybody knew people who had somebody in their family that had polio. Any vaccine, that prevents unnecessary pain and suffering is a good thing to have. Hi, I'm just going to sanitize your arm real quick. I am lucky that my son sometimes, he talks to me on Facebook. On... Facetime. Facetime and my daughter calls me every night. I know I can't touch them and see them but I just think the time will come, I hope. I hope I'm still alive.