I'm theoretically eligible to get the vaccine now (or at least to sign up for an appointment) but in my area they are designating hubs and then some pharmacies will apparently get some doses to administer as well. The hub, though, is a huge sports arena close to downtown, and they tell you that if you have trouble standing for long periods of time, to let them know when you register. For now, that's a hard pass for me; I have zero desire to go into a huge building and wait in line with who knows how many other people, possibly for hours. I'm hopeful that in another couple of weeks, some of the local pharmacies will have it available. I'm in the 1b group for TX, which is either 65+ (not there yet) or 16+ with certain underlying conditions (unfortunately, I have two underlying conditions that qualify me). I feel a little conflicted because on the one hand, it seems getting vaccinated asap is the way to go, but I just can't bring myself to go wait in line with a lot of other people, for an indefinite amount of time. You have to make an appointment so in theory if your appointment is at 3:00pm, you should be able to get there 20 minutes early and be through fairly soon after 3:00. But if the process were actually that fast and smooth, I don't think they'd be warning people to advise ahead of time if they have difficulty standing for long.
I'm old enough to remember getting the sugar cube polio vaccine, and IIRC that was just going to the closest elementary school with the entire family, on a weekend day, being in line for a very short amount of time, getting handed the dose to consume, and then leaving, all within maybe 30 minutes or so. Of course, polio was not quite as common at that point, although a couple of my elementary school classmates had already had polio years earlier and wore leg braces as a result. I'm perfectly willing and eager to take the covid vaccine, but I hate crowds anyway, and the thought of being around a lot of people who might be carriers, in a confined space, even if everyone is wearing a mask as required, just makes my skin crawl.