“Not in the system” was the CVS refrain. We watched an elder argue her way into a free shot. Medicare coverage for the vaccine wasn’t in CVS’s system either.
I would call ahead and see if your insurance coverage for the vaccine has been provided to the pharmacy before going in for it.
These are now available where I am (SoCal) but at least in one case today, insurance did not cover it and that was with Anthem Blue Cross. The cost quoted at CVS is $200. Paid cash.
I expect these will be covered. Soon, I hope.
Ditto on the Watch Duty rec. It has been really useful for me in SoCal.
Earthquakes were in Ojai which were felt strongly where I am in Ventura County. We are mostly dealing with steady, heavy rain, with resultant flash flood warnings. Wind effects have been much less than anticipated.
I’ve been buying the LDS #10 can cases for a few years now and I agree, the prices can’t be beat by other suppliers. Prices have fluctuated since the beginning of the pandemic, but even so, the prices are still excellent. You will only find the most basic items for purchase but the quality is very good.
I can 200-300 lbs of Roma tomatoes into sauces every Labor Day (if I have help then I get the higher amount). I have enough to use myself throughout the year and give jars away to family and friends.
I also can later summer peaches, also pears, strawberries, and apples when they are in season. Strawberries generally become jam and apples become apple butter. I can peaches and pears as peeled and halved, in light syrup with a tablespoon of liqueur in each quart jar (usually Cointreau).
Except for the tomato sauce canningpalooza, I generally do small-batch canning, sometimes as few as 3-4 jars. I make salsa and pickles more often as small batch projects.
I don’t have a pressure canner so my projects all involve water bath canning and that limits what I can process.
I dehydrate other veggies and fruit. I don’t freeze much. If I do freeze, it’s for very short term (week or two).