I can remember when the polio vaccine was converted from a shot to a sugar cube. The cube was better, even though standing in line wasn’t much fun.
Now we have a new, creative twist from Romania, of all places. According to the AP this morning, the government is using the location of Bran Castle, the reputed inspiration for the book, Dracula, as a vaccination site. The site is known as Dracula’s Castle.
Those brave enough to get a Pfizer vaccine shot receive a “vaccination diploma,” which is aptly illustrated with a fanged medical worker brandishing a syringe.
If LA teamed with Mickey Mouse, could we get a 90% vaccination rate?