Mjn, glad to hear that you and your family are on the mend. Here in DC, I'm still waiting to hear about "priority/front line workers" like myself (grocery store cashier) getting the vaccine. Last I heard is that grocery workers in DC are supposed to be getting our first shots around the week of Jan 26, but that's all I heard. No updates on any time more specific than that yet.
The good news on my end is that my dad (who's over 65 and lives in DC also) just got his first shot of the vaccine about a week ago and will get his second shot sometime in February. Dad and I had to meet a couple of times over the last couple of weeks to run some errands, but we had to do it on the downlow so my sister wouldn't find out. She'd go ballistic on the both of us if she found out that we were both in the same room even if we were both wearing masks and taking every precaution against the coronavirus. Not that me or my dad could ever blame her for that; she's been terrified for both of us: terrified for my dad because he's 80 years old as well as terrified for me because I have a preexisting condition and because I'm on the front lines of this pandemic. Dad and I see no reason to worry her any further.
More good news for me: I've consistently been testing negative for the coronavirus even while working in the supermarket/on the front lines, so I'm happy about that. And I should be getting my vaccine sometime in the next week or two, so that's more good news. I'll keep wearing my mask until the end of this thing, of course. I even ordered a new facemask with the message "REPUBLICANO FACTIO DELENDA EST" which is "The Republican Party must be destroyed" in Latin. I can't wait to wear that one in public, especially after the treasonous insurrection at the Capitol on Jan 6.