We are getting ready to get a sense of normalcy again. On Tuesday, we heard word that Philly will loosen the quarantine restrictions, going from the capacity of 50 to 75% in gyms, the malls and more. Of course, having the COVID-19 vaccine is aiding in that. There have been many people getting their vaccines lately, with more locations available to people. According to NBC 10, starting today through Monday, Philly residents can get their vaccines as walk-ins at the FEMA vaccine clinic at the Pa Convention Center. Only Philly residents in about 22 zip codes can just walk in as long as you have your I.D., proof of residence and meet the qualifications and be in the 1a or 1b phase. Meanwhile, Delaware is making changes to their eligibility. Starting today, Delaware is allowing residents that are 50 and up to get vaccinated at pharmacies. Also, people ages 16 and up with high and moderate risk health conditions can also get vaccinated. Some of those high risk conditions include cancer, diabetes and pregnancy. Some moderate conditions include asthma, high blood pressure and a few other conditions. Also, today, Dorney Park is serving as a vaccine clinic, giving out shots today until 4pm. But you do have to have an appointment for Dorney Park.