Back in January, when I first became eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine as a 66-year-old New Yorker, I started scouting around for appointments. Mount Sinai in New York City was offering appointments online, so I snagged one for March 4. Meanwhile, I managed to get an earlier appointment, and went ahead, getting vaccinated with the first shot of Moderna vaccine on Jan. 16.
Today, a month after I made my appointment, Mount Sinai canceled it. Good thing I don’t need it.
Here’s the screenshot.