I received first dose of vaccine

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  1. Dr_H_16

    Dr_H_16 Well-Known Member

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    Even after getting vaccinated, I will still be wearing a mask.
    I know some who get Covid, I absolutely don't want that to ever happen to me.
    Also, I'm very glad that people now actually care about their hygiene.
    The workplace had never been felt so clean.
    I actually can smell things now.
     
  2. Wrath444

    Wrath444 Life is such a glorious trauma, is it not?

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    Same got mine today
     
  3. Isolated0371

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    Personally, my arm was just sore for probably half an hour.
     
  4. Bobasis

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    For the second or first one? I felt hella feverish and tired from the second one.
     
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    For both. I was lucky

    I’ve heard the second shot took a lot from some people
     
  6. Vanidor

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    First shot only so far. I didn't feel anything for around 12 hours then my arm felt moderately sore for a day and tapered off pretty fast past then. It started feeling sore just as I was trying to fall asleep so that was mildly annoying.
     
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  7. Wrath444

    Wrath444 Life is such a glorious trauma, is it not?

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    Same but it’s annoying cause I sleep on my side and always toss and turn at night so I’m going to hurt myself at night so not fair
     
  8. Parth37955

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    I took pfizer back in feb. I work in healthcare. Most of my coworkers refused the vaccine. Idiots the whole lot of them.


    is that because you have to wait? Cause you can get Covid multiple times. I have a friend who got it 3 times and a coworker who had to be hospitalized during her second time (she was an idiot who refused both the vaccine and the infusion when she had the chance). Some people have the false belief that if you had Covid once, you can't get it again, so I just wanted to clarify that just in case.
     
  9. Bobasis

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    Yeah it took me out. Well that’s nice you were lucky.
     
  10. LaDyViL

    LaDyViL New Member Staff Member

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    They still aren't vaccinated?
     
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    as far as I know, no. I switch offices frequently. the doctors and NP's, PA's...y'know the actual providers are mostly vaccinated, but the other staff not so much. in the office I work in, half of them are and the other half isn't. the coworker I mentioned will probably be out of a job in a month cause her lungs got fucked up by covid and she can't return to work. don't be like her people.
     
  12. kfahad

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    Yah, hehe.. they said after six months, then i can have my vaccine..
    I should be able to take my first dose at the second week of August.
    But I'm still worrying coz i have a lung problem.
     
  13. Itssalwa

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    Yesterday i got mine. That night i got high Fever, body aches, vomiting, and i thought I'm going to die:blobsob: I'm not ready for 2nd shot ughh :blobsob:
     
  14. Parth37955

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    So...I just had to take a module on vaccines. Unless if you took an infusion of antibodies or plasma (after which you wait 3 months in order for those antibodies to flush out of your body) there is no recommendation in place on waiting after having covid to go get the vaccine. At least that's how it is in the US. In fact it says you can get it as soon as you're not infectious. >.> dunno who told you to wait but yeh. That's what the cdc is saying.
     
  15. kfahad

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    It's different protocol here, i'm expat here in Saudi after my recovery they said, only after 6 Months i can have my vaccine..
    But now they change the protocol again even only after 1 month or 2 they can have their vaccine.. xD
    But it's okay my 6 monts wait is almost done. I can take my vaccine this week or next week..
    I want my vaccine on Wednesday so that i can take day off on Thursday then that would be a long weekend. hehe