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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Have you had to travel to get a coronavirus shot?

A vial of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine.
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A vial of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine.

Shortages of coronavirus vaccine doses continue, prompting some people to drive hundreds of miles to get the shot.

Even as manufacturers make more doses, there are still too few for everyone who qualifies, meaning some people desperate for protection travel far to get a shot.

Have you traveled outside your hometown to get the shot? Answer in the poll below.

ABC 17 News Team

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  1. No, because I have no intention of taking a vaccine poorly tested for immediate safety and efficacy, and not tested at all for long term safety, which the makers don’t even claim will provide immunity. With civil action for damages not allowed. My hope is that I won’t have to travel to AVOID taking it. We know without doubt our chances of surviving an infection are at the bare minimum at least 98%. We have no idea whatsoever what our chances are of surviving the vaccine.

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