• Random People Are Lining Up to Get Vaccinated in D.C. Grocery Stores

    7 days ago - By The Atlantic

    It was anarchy at the deli counter. On Sunday afternoon in Washington, D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood, a couple dozen masked people had crowded into a corner of a Giant supermarket, where they swiveled their heads warily. As I approached them, a slightly haggard man in an orange down jacket stopped me. “Here for the extra vaccine doses?” asked the man, who was part of the group, not a Giant employee. He handed me a scrap of paper with the number 24 scrawled on it. For more than a week, lines have quietly been forming at certain D.C. supermarket pharmacies, which have started giving away leftover...
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