Trying To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine? Share Your Experience With NPR Millions of people are trying to get information about when and where they can get vaccinated against COVID-19. How is that going for you or your family member? Were you successful?
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Trying To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine? Share Your Experience

Regulations, supplies and public outreach for vaccinations vary by area. NPR wants to hear about your experiences trying to get a vaccine for yourself or someone else, including some of the challenges you're facing. David Ryder/Getty Images hide caption

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Regulations, supplies and public outreach for vaccinations vary by area. NPR wants to hear about your experiences trying to get a vaccine for yourself or someone else, including some of the challenges you're facing.

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People are trying to navigate the most ambitious and complex vaccine rollout in history, and they're turning to websites, local government, health providers, and local pharmacies for answers.

The COVID-19 vaccine is still in very short supply, but there are plenty of other potential stumbling blocks, too. Have you been able to find out whether and where vaccine supplies exist? Or whether you qualify for one in your area?

The rules, supply and public outreach for vaccination vary by area. So NPR wants to know the range of experiences consumers have had, and some of the challenges they might face.

Where did you seek answers? Did a website give you the information you needed? If you weren't eligible yet, were you able to pre-register or get on a waitlist?

Or perhaps you've gotten a vaccine dose already and can speak to the process. Did vaccinators confirm your eligibility and check your ID? Were you asked about your race? Were you monitored or treated for a negative reaction?

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