I’ve had a text from the surgery to tell me to me on standby for my appointment notice. You know ..... in case I get busy in lockdown / stay at home orders and miss the invitation!I've got an appointment for the vaccine. Grateful.
Its been relatively common for a few of my colleagues (like three or four of them, not like a guaranteed thing) to get a fever after the vaccine, it's tended to resolve after a day or two. I'm not sure how appropriate it is for his receptionist to call him "really, really sick" though tbh. But I wouldn't worry too much.
exactly - a few of my stateside friends have been mentioning pretty hefty after effects - quite a few of them nurses. It’s not putting them off the vaccine! I do not know which they have had.
my very elderly mother had the Oxford one with no ill affect. My father had the Oxford jab this week after a very recent stroke with not a single problem - not even a little sore in the arm.
I will quite happily take whatever given and even would even volunteer to take one more likely to make you feel ill afterwards as I don’t work or care for kids- it’s a shame we cannot volunteer that way but I’m grateful for what ever given to me.