Have you got your covid vaccine yet?


 
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Larry D.

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My wife and I got our second shot yesterday, and it was basically a repeat of our first. Parked within 50 feet of the door, walked right in. Spent zero time in line, waited about 2 minutes sitting in chairs. Got our shots, waited 15 minutes and then drove home. Our hospital group (Novant) did an excellent job in setting up and administering a mass vaccination site in a former Sears store. And as before, I had no reaction to the shot, while my wife had a sore arm and a mild headache.
 

Al G-NJ

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Got my first shot (Pfizer) this past Saturday at a local CVS. Sore arm developed that night, into Sunday, but gone in 24 hours. Second appointment all set for the 20th!
 

D Livingston

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My state just opened it up for my age group yesterday. I'm scheduled for my first shot next Friday. My wife actually got an opening earlier, but she's driving a couple towns over, and I was looking for an excuse to take some time off on a Friday afternoon.
 

Ed Pinnell

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The wife and I got the second Moderna dose yesterday...hardly anyone there, maybe because of threatening rain, in and out in ~25 minutes. It started raining on the drive home so we got lucky.
 

Ed Pinnell

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The day after the 2nd dose was a little rocky for me...the wife was fine. I highly recommend not scheduling anything on the calendar for the day after either dose, but especially the second. We both feel great today after a day on the couch and a good night's sleep.
 

Russ in CFL

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The day after the 2nd dose was a little rocky for me...the wife was fine. I highly recommend not scheduling anything on the calendar for the day after either dose, but especially the second. We both feel great today after a day on the couch and a good night's sleep.

Glad you got both done, congrats. What did you feel?
 

Ed Pinnell

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Glad you got both done, congrats. What did you feel?
Crazy stuff. A bout of chills and fever, but without the fever, where you feel feverish but you're not. A feeling of coming down with something (malaise). Nothing dramatic or too uncomfortable, and it passed after a short time. I had a mid-morning must-do appointment yesterday that I kept so it's not overwhelming or debilitating by any means. My doctor tells me that is a very good sign that the vaccine is working.
 

Brian B Atlanta

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2nd shot Pfizer yesterday morning besides being a little tired nothing else a slightly sore arm and I mean slightly but nothing like the first shot. Took my daily walk in the afternoon glad to be done.
 
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