COVID-19 vaccine
(Mike Allen)

It’s a Christmas miracle! Or, might be? It’s hard to say how the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine will go, or how many people will receive it before the end of the year, but it’s exciting nonetheless.

It’s also nice to get a bit of clarity on the phases in this process, including this past week when Gov. Kevin Stitt said teachers would be bumped up into phase two. I’ve stated this in the past, but I really feel for all the people involved with schools in some way this year, so hearing that teachers could be getting some relief sooner than expected is welcome news.

I’m a bit curious about the timing on all this, however, but I’m sure it’s dependent on supply — which isn’t a lot currently. Most of the daily information coming out about the COVID-19 vaccine appears to be good, and that’s about as much as I can ask for this Christmas.

Past Sundaze comics

The coronavirus turns into a pumpkin at 11 p.m.
Day of fasting a brief end for endless breadsticks?
Farewell Steven Adams, OKC’s second Mr. Thunder
Thanksgiving 2020 should be all about perspective
Mixed messaging on masks still makes no sense
Power problems lead to weird rituals after 2020 storm
Halloween 2020 more of a trick than a treat?
No ICU beds: The spooky movie of the season
Students surely making most of extra screen time
Epic fail? Audit yields more questions on public money
Rough Saturday for Sooners fans
Budget blockbusters from the Cox Convention Center?
College football fun dampened by COVID-19 risks
It wasn’t Neese: An allegory for owning your audio
You’re doing fine in the red zone, Oklahoma
Snail mail: Slugging it out at the U.S. Postal Service
Norman elections always cause a flood of headlines
School 2020: Arts and crafts more like arts and masks
Ready for basketball from the Disney bubble
Kevin Stitt quarantine: Rest up, governor
PPP helps keep the proverbial pizza cooking
Imagine masks: Stitt starts fashion fad to emphasize eyebrows
Mike Gundy has shirt problems
Coronavirus spike: There’s still a pandemic out there
Safety and cleanliness are priorities for Election Day
Remember to put yourself in someone else’s shoes
Them boys from Oklahoma roll their joints all wrong
Pour yourself an age and wisdom on the rocks
All the government Oklahoma could ever want
Open sesame: Kevin Stitt and the 40 mayors
Parents agree: The Easter bunny is an essential worker
Bad news for Cheetos: Our behaviors are changing
Quarantine quandary: Are your pets sick of you yet?
Quarantine: A rear window into our worried minds