‘Poorly organized’

Dear Editor:

RE: ‘Second class’? (March 4).

Minto seniors do not need to feel like second-class citizens.

Many of the seniors living in Mount Forest were not aware that a vaccination clinic was being held here on Feb. 26.

Personally, I registered for the vaccine on Feb. 19 and shortly thereafter was informed to choose between Orangeville and Guelph. I did not feel either location was satisfactory and, after waiting a few days, was subsequently allowed to add Shelburne and Fergus onto my choices. I then chose Fergus and was to receive my vaccination on March 6.

I, and I’m sure several other residents, found the whole process very frustrating and poorly organized.

Dorothy Cook,
Mount Forest