got your vaccine? what happened??

falkor

Active Member
#1
headed down to get my Vaccine no 1 today
Oxford/AstraZeneca
was the one I got.
Great excuse to get the P6 out on the road, as my nearest Covid centre was 6 miles away, I arrived dead on the appointed time, car park was pretty full but still a few spaces , P6 been the garage for a few months ,so I did wonder what would happen, haha NO PROBLEM!! and nobody batted an eyelid either, everybody too busy arriving or departing from getting the jab.
HAVE YOU HAD THE JAB YET? if so which one? they do tell you which one you're getting UPON ARRIVAL (so if you dont like it, you can leave I suppose) you get a lovely little STICKER for going through with it and a credit card like certificate too , CHOICE!
 

oldbloke

Active Member
#3
Happy to report the cooling system of my ‘70 NADA 3500s is working well. Drove her to receive 2nd Moderna. Found myself at end of mile+ line of cars. Moving just fast enough it wasn’t worth turning the car off. Sat idling for over an hour. Needle reached high in the green, but burbled right along w/o prob. Biggest regret was forgetting to take reading material!
 
#7
Had mine a couple of weeks ago and had some mental side effects, but as it was just feelings of superiority and smugness I am sure I will get over it.
 

sdibbers

Well-Known Member
#9
My bum fell off, I have no idea why, I had the shot in my arm ?
If you’d had the jab in your bum would your arm fall off? Asking for a friend....

In other news New Jersey says I can schedule an appointment after the 15th. That’ll be a relief, a good friend spent almost a month in hospital because of Covid-19
 

cobraboy

Well-Known Member
#10
If you’d had the jab in your bum would your arm fall off? Asking for a friend....

In other news New Jersey says I can schedule an appointment after the 15th. That’ll be a relief, a good friend spent almost a month in hospital because of Covid-19
I think having the jab does give you a sense of reassurance, although I think carrying on as if you have not had it makes sense, that way you still try to avoid any situations where you may be threatened.
We still do not know, how long the protection lasts, and how effective it is against the mutations.

Tell your 'friend' that my advice would be to remain seated during the operation !
 
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