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‘You Feel Better, You Feel Safe’: Union Halls Give J&J Vaccine to Hundreds

Dr. Jen Campbell, Chairman of the City Council of San Diego, gives Coca-Cola worker Arthur Johnson a COVID-19 shot.Photo by Chris Stone

Members and their families sat under a tent on Saturday morning to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. There were internal scars from the year of the pandemic with them, and there was hope for a new, more liberal chapter in their lives.

Meeting older parents is free. Free to the grocery store without panic.

“I just want to be safe around everyone, and everyone wants to be safe around me,” said Jim Black of East County. “I feel better and feel safe. I feel like I’m a little more around people.”

As a truck driver, he has been in and out of many stores. And he wasn’t too worried about getting sick, but “the first chance I had to get it, I just did it,” he said. ..

Currently, 57-year-old Black will meet his 80-year-old mother, but he knows he still needs to wear a mask.

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