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1 hour ago, petemcewan said:

Thirst Relic ,

Based on what I know. If a combined Flu and Cov-19

mRNA vaccine is offered next winter, I would have the vaccination.

OK Pete - will consider it.  More surprised at the lack of publicity about the 3rd vaccine we're all being lined up for in the Autumn to be honest.

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9 minutes ago, Thirsty Relic said:

OK Pete - will consider it.  More surprised at the lack of publicity about the 3rd vaccine we're all being lined up for in the Autumn to be honest.

it's not really spring yet. i imagine there is lots of things which need to be done or might happen before we get anywhere close to autumn

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Had my Covid vaccine this afternoon in Barnsley.   Very efficient, in and out in 20 mins which included a 15 minute sit down afterwards.

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On 26/02/2021 at 18:34, gamezone07 said:

Endcliffe Park, Bingham park, Sharrowvale,  busier than ever, little S/D, etc

Makes sense- with chances of transmission outdoors being virtually zero and the benefits of exercise and socialising for health being considerable I'm not at all surprised that people are getting out in the recent good weather.

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Keep in contact with people close to you in case of problems where you may need help.  All the best!

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1 hour ago, Thirsty Relic said:

Keep in contact with people close to you in case of problems where you may need help.  All the best!

Thankyou!

 

I don't live alone thankfully. It's nothing major, a few aches and pains and a headache and feeling a bit rough. No cough, no change in taste, or temperature  so not worried. But I thought I'd feel superhuman and be able to pick up WiFi with Bill Gates chip by now!

 

For balance though, my Mum (79) had the AZ jab at the end of January and had absolutely zero side effects, not even a sore arm.

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7 minutes ago, tinfoilhat said:

Thankyou!

 

I don't live alone thankfully. It's nothing major, a few aches and pains and a headache and feeling a bit rough. No cough, no change in taste, or temperature  so not worried. But I thought I'd feel superhuman and be able to pick up WiFi with Bill Gates chip by now!

 

For balance though, my Mum (79) had the AZ jab at the end of January and had absolutely zero side effects, not even a sore arm.

That comes for many with the second jab for some people in tests - the rest are expected to get that capability with the 3rd jab.  Still, we'll all have got it by Xmas.  Expect announcements from Microsoft/Government in due course.

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17 minutes ago, Thirsty Relic said:

That comes for many with the second jab for some people in tests - the rest are expected to get that capability with the 3rd jab.  Still, we'll all have got it by Xmas.  Expect announcements from Microsoft/Government in due course.

Google maps would be handy.

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Tinfoilhat

 

Hang in there and the side effects will pass and you will then be a BEACON (bleep,bleep ) of  immunity for us all.

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Thirsty Relic.

Moderna and Pfizer are working at modifying their vaccines so that they give protection against variants.

 

Pfizer has said it's exploring adding a 3rd booster shot

that specially targets the SA variant.

 

 

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Had my 1st shot same day as husband. He had no symptoms, I had splitting headache within 10 minutes. I couldn't lift my arm for a couple of days. After that everything ok. Wouldn't stop me having my second shot.

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