Friday, 21 May 2021

Guarded!

It is 18:06 and I have just returned from receiving my second Covid jab. I am very, very grateful.



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  1. Received my second one on Tuesday and it does give a nice feeling of safer, better things to come.

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  2. Join the club! Take it easy the next day or two, I felt quite sleepy / groggy with Pfizer No. 2 jab. As you say, thankful.

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    1. Ok so far , a tad under the weather but so thankful.

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  3. Had mine about a week ago - no side affects at all .

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  4. Well done you - and Scottish NHS. Hope you are feeling Ok!

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    1. Thirty six hours out feeling ok, can’t complain! Huzzah for the NHS!

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  5. Your government sends out toy soldiers with appointment notification? You live in a great country!

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    1. All I got was a sticker! We can’t vote for the SNP in England.

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    2. I wish . These Guards felt the need to protect this letter prior to it being added to the Ducal Library after it was used.
      I never got offered a sticker :(

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  6. First jab knocked me out but no problem with the second. Hope you're ok too.
    Ronnie

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    1. Doing away thanks, as they say in these parts.

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  7. Great news! I have months to go before my second unless things change. Mind you if they were handing out toy soldiers I might try to sneak in early!

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    1. Don’t hold out hope for the toy soldiers l fear.

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  8. My second - AZ - knocked me about for a few days but I have had a blood test since and I'm brimming over with Covid antibodies.

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  9. My 2nd jab is next week...

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  10. My second - AZ - knocked me about for a few days but I have had a blood test since and I'm brimming over with Covid antibodies.

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  11. My second - AZ - knocked me about for a few days but I have had a blood test since and I'm brimming over with Covid antibodies.

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  12. I had jag number 2 this week too. I definitely felt rougher than after #1 but glad to have had it.

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    1. Glad to have it, so true. I am just grateful to have had my horizons extended if only a little.

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  13. No problems with first or second jab for me. I know the feelings of relief and gratitude, too!

    Glad to hear so many are getting their vaccines. :)

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