In Ohio when they opened it up to the general population, they started with 80+. My uncle told me he had to leave his name and number and they called him back. He had to wait 10 days for that appointment though because the local health department were not getting that many doses. Each time they opened up for taking appointments over the next 4 weeks, they were filled within 2 hours. 80+ was first week, 1 week later was 75+, next week was 70+ and finally 65+ on Feb 8th (where I am). The state finally got more sites in my county that could do doses locally and when I finally knew what my dental schedule was in March, I could make an appointment. Instead of the local health department I called the medical center that is the parent to my doctor's office. Called on Friday, got it on Tuesday. And, when I did my preregistration later on Friday, I found out that I was automatically scheduled for the 2nd dose. 4 weeks out since I was scheduled for Moderna. When I got the Pfizer instead, they just kept the same appointment because the extra week was no problem. The week I got my first dose was the last week that facility would be doing 1st doses. Because the next week a mass vaccination site was opening in the area... which is when J&J became available everywhere. And, the state scheduling website went live. These days, it is easy to get an appointment as more sites are available. Heck, Wal-Mart in town even put out a last minute notice yesterday on FB that they had doses of Moderna available! I didn't even know the local Wal-Mart was doing it. Ohio also opened it to all ages 18+ at the end of March. And, even more exciting... a program has been put in place to get those high school students 16+ vaccinated if they want and have parental permission. Our local high school had doses being given on Monday! Ohio is also doing a program to get college students that want it vaccinated before they go home for the summer. When it comes down to it, I am really proud of the way Ohio has handled it... I just wish more people would take advantage of it. I still see a lot of hesitancy.