How many of our members have got the jab? My long-term partner, at the clinic today for cancer treatment, got her first dose by chance since she hadn't called ahead to secure it. The nurse found a dose right when we arrived, but then gave it to someone else. She returned an hour later having found another. I'm not a patient at that clinic/hospital, so they wouldn't give it to me as her carer. Mom & Dad, over 75, have each had at least the first dose, somehow arranged through their doctor. Nobody else in my family. I've signed up with the county health service as well as two local hospitals. I qualify to skip the line a little bit thanks to preexisting condition but, as my primary doctor is in a private clinic, I'm not likely to get a call until it's open to the public. I saw my doctor last week for a routine physical and he said as much. I suppose I could try switching doctors, but it may take just as long to get a first appointment with him and go through the process. I don't know about y'all, but I find the whole process of vaccine queuing rather confusing. I mean, I understand the different phases and priority groups that have been established, but where's the actual line to stand in? As near as I can tell, there are 6 "vaccine hubs" in Houston, at least 10 other providers, and dozens of little community clinics that have been allocated some vaccine. There was a big event at the local football stadium a few weeks back where they vaccinated the first 40,000 people to show up or something like that. Otherwise, everything else is "unavailable, check back later". Are we just supposed to hit refresh on a dozen different websites a day until we're the 104th caller with the phrase that pays?