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Re: The September Covid Jab
« Reply #90 on: Thursday 22 September 22 15:47 BST (UK) »
OH and I had the 5th jab (Moderna) on 8 September - local walk-in centre with no appointment made.  Neither of us had more than a slight ache in the area of injection for a short time.

I had a more terrible time when I had to have blood taken last week.  Nurse tried my right forearm "oops, I think I've gone through the vein", so tried the left forearm.  I had two rather large bruises for quite some days, despite the use of arnica gel.

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Re: The September Covid Jab
« Reply #91 on: Thursday 22 September 22 16:03 BST (UK) »
I caught Covid not long after getting the third jab last Christmas.

Some might see me as an example of why there is no point getting vaccinated.

I see it slightly differently.

I'M NOT DEAD.

If I wasn't fully vaccinated at the time, I might be, so yes, I'll keep getting vaccinated.
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Re: The September Covid Jab
« Reply #92 on: Thursday 22 September 22 17:48 BST (UK) »
Couldn't agree more, I felt exactly the same when I caught it.  :)
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Re: The September Covid Jab
« Reply #93 on: Thursday 22 September 22 18:40 BST (UK) »
It all goes to show that we all react differently  :)

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Re: The September Covid Jab
« Reply #94 on: Thursday 22 September 22 20:15 BST (UK) »
It all goes to show that we all react differently  :)

That's because we are human beings!!
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« Reply #95 on: Thursday 22 September 22 22:26 BST (UK) »
It all goes to show that we all react differently  :)

That's because we are human beings!!

Really - and there was I thinking that we are all robots  ;D ;D ;D
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