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Covid 19 Vaccine

Discussion in 'MILLENNIALS (1981 to 1998)' started by Faith712, Mar 5, 2021.

  1. Faith712

    Faith712 Newbie

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    Are you going to get a covid 19 vaccine? If you got it, did it hurt and did you have any side effects?
     
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  2. musicalpilgrim

    musicalpilgrim pilgrim on the sacred music pathway Angels Team Supporter

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    I had the vaccination in the first week in January, didn't feel a thing and no side effects.:) So pleased now I have some protection from the virus!
     
  3. Anthony2019

    Anthony2019 Pax et bonum! CF Ambassadors Supporter

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    I got the first shot of the Pfizer vaccine at the hospital in Stafford some weeks back. I was asked to wait for 15 minutes just in case I got a reaction to it, but I did not and I made my way back home. Had an aching arm the following day, but it was very minor and resolved within hours. I'm due to go back in the next week or so for my second vaccine shot.
     
  4. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    Same with my mother-in-law minus the side effects. She had zero. Final vaccination is on St. Patrick’s Day. Hopefully it will be the same. She got the Moderna vaccination.
     
  5. spiritfilledjm

    spiritfilledjm Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I am a homebody and work from home. I will get it when there is less of a demand as I don't really need it. Only place I go is church honestly. My wife, who is a nurse, got it a while back. She had a bit of pain but nothing else. I have, however, had friends experience adverse reactions to it. One woman I know, who is very elderly, got the 2nd round of the vaccine and it caused her heart to go out of rhythm about 24 hours later. She's recovering at home now. Other than that, a lot of friends have reported feeling ill afterwards but that is to be expected...it's a vaccine. When one's immune system is attacking something, which is what happens when one gets a vaccine, that causes them to feel a bit ill. There have been others reported like allergic reactions, which can happen with any vaccine, and redness and injection site pain, which is, again, normal for any vaccine really.
     
  6. Danthemailman

    Danthemailman Well-Known Member

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