Thursday, 21 October 2021

Getting A Boost

 Booster  jab




28 comments:

  1. Good, stay well. I did that last Friday.

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  2. I am topped up too and have my 'normal' flu jab on Saturday.

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  3. Yay! Our health center wasn’t yet open for booster or flu vaccine appointments. I’ll have to check again next week.

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    1. Go on line to the national booking system and see if you can get one elsewhere

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  4. Still waiting to complete my 6 months since jab 2.

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  5. I'll be eligible for my booster as of 15th November. I shall be keeping a close eye on the dates as our Surgery aren't the best at admin! X

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  6. Flu jabbed and booster due early November. Gotta keep those arms topped up! xx

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  7. I heard on the news last night that covid cases are on the upswing again in Britain. Good timing on your booster shot!

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  8. Barbara Anne2:29 pm

    Will be calling today to schedule our boosters as we became eligible just last week.
    Those chairs look comfortable.

    Hugs!

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  9. It's a couple of months until I can get mine, but Alan has been called in for his flu jab.

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  10. Had mine yesterday ! XXXX

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  11. Yay!
    If they offer one here, I'm getting it. Better safe, right?

    XOXO

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  12. Excellent! I haven't been contacted for mine yet, but it makes sense you'd be ahead of me in line since you're in health care. :)

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    1. The new news is you don’t need to wait to be contacted by the NHS. If you are six months and one week from your second dose you can go the national booking system and book a slot.

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  13. I got it here four months ago. It of course does not seem as quiet, beautiful and tidy as yours.

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  14. Excellent! A couple of months until we can get ours but we're definitely getting - and the flu too. No anti-vaxxing here.

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  15. As someone who is CEV I am getting my third primary dose on Saturday. It's taken me 2 weeks of phoning to sort this out - it really shouldn't be this difficult.

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  16. Did a handsome soldier in uniform give you a prick again this time John?x

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    1. No a rather bad tempered Polish nurse

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  17. I’m visiting in England right now and heading to Wales in the morning. Before leaving California I was able to get my third Pfizer shot plus aflu shot 2 weeks after. I’m surprised how many people I see here not wearing a mask in crowded situations. I need to stay healthy so I can get back into the U.S.

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  18. suzanne dorries9:39 pm

    Have not got the jab yet I am scared. I think it is a way of genocide. I am bad thinking like that but scared none the less.

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    1. Suzanne, there's nothing to be scared of. Millions of people world wide have had the jab. Far better to have it than not. It is Covid that you need to be scared of. Please, please get the vaccine. x

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    2. Pirate had his booster and flu jags the same day, one in each arm!! No sign of mine yet, even though we had our flu jags at the same time last year.

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  19. Snap I have had my Booster jab for Covid today too. Have my yearly flu jab on Saturday. Beginning to feel a little bit like a pincushion. Hey ho, Better safe than sorry. Although I do have a very sore and stiff arm at the moment.xxx

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  20. I wish everyone here felt like that. Anti vaxxers are rabid here, they think Covid is all made up.

    Jo in Auckland

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  21. Good social distancing and comfy chairs. Such luxury.

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