I had the second Pfizer shot on Tuesday at one of the Cleveland Clinic hospitals. They set the whole thing up in a vacant building about 10,000 square feet for appointments only. There was a huge parking lot with no problem finding a space with people giving directions. All the inside stuff went like clockwork. The whole operation was brilliantly organized from MyChart information to appointment times and choice of 5 hospitals. In fact it was organized so well I still can't believe it. They even told people (MyChart) to wear short sleeved shirts so they would not have to wait while you disrobed. After the shot (jab for British people) you sat in a chair area with a fifteen minute timer. If you had a partner with you there were two chair areas set up special. There was a multitude of nurses to help disabled people in wheelchairs, etc. The check in had two computers and one nurse at a table for people that could not use a computer. There were two other nurses to help people use the computer. Another nurse was the traffic director to tell you which booth to get your shot. There was a doctor and a nurse in each booth and the doctor gave the shot while the nurse did the computer. There were about 10 booths. When you left the booth you walked to the end of the booth area and another nurse gave you a timer and took you to your chair. Before you sat down there were another nurse that wiped the chair before you sat down. This was duplicated in two columns. When the timer dinged off you handed the timer to the nurse who wiped it off again and then you washed your hands and left the building. So about 10 minutes getting the shot and 15 minutes sitting time.
Like Cole Younger used to say, "It's a wonderment".