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Started 3/23/20 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 237626 views.
WeeSam (WeesamNZ)

From: WeeSam (WeesamNZ)

Apr-8

NZ govt has purchased only the Pfizer vaccine I think. Anyway, they have over 8 million Pfizer so I guess that's what we are all getting, as that would be enough for 2 jabs for every person in NZ. We've been very slow at rolling out the vaccine, only just started with Border workers and Front Line workers. My group (under 65 but with underlying conditions) are due for the jab some time in May.

I think over 75's will be the next group, but my parents are in this one and haven't heard anything yet. 

The government is being very secretive about it all, which I really don't understand. 

I got the Astra 2 weeks ago - so far I am unclotted.

Energyworker

From: Energyworker

Apr-9

Hope it goes well, I had the pfizer shot in the big city in Ontario last week, just a sore arm. People tell me with older ages the reaction is worse. My brother in law who is 80 was totally wiped out on the 2nd day after his shot. My next jab isn't until July 21st, almost 4 months away. People here have to work their summer holidays around their second jab or come home for it. I have friends & family on the island in BC & know you are behind us.

Energyworker

From: Energyworker

Apr-9

Interesting ...another blurb came out about AstraZeneca and age 30. Every week a different story comes out about AstraZeneca and the gov't flip flops about who is going to be vaccinated with it. No one I know wants it and would rather wait for one of the other vaccines to be available. We have choice.

Myelle (Myelle01)

From: Myelle (Myelle01)

Apr-9

After a lot of swearing, moaning, etc... I now have my 2 appointments to get vaccinated. My first shot is this Sunday and the second is 3 weeks later.

datsalotta

From: datsalotta

Apr-9

Thanks Energyworker *...I hope it goes well too.

I recently had a pneumonia vaccine and my arm hurt for a coupla days. Expecting I will be sore from the COVID jab. My sister (8 years older than me) had a really sore arm. She could not lift it up. She used Voltaren on it and it helped right away. I have some A535 here so will try that if need be. Maybe even a 500 mg aspirin will help too. ((:

Yes you can add me to the people from B. C. who care about the way COVID has hit people who live in Ontario. On the bright side let's say things can only improve.

Forever the optimist,

datsalotta

Energyworker

From: Energyworker

Apr-10

How kind of you to say so. My best friend died in the first wave, no one would help. I've become 'political' since then.

Even though the retirement home where my stepmother lives has herd immunity two people tested positive today for covid! One was fully vaccinated by Feb 13, when most of the herd was, the other only has one shot, so will see what happens. I get tested weekly by them.

SharpEye1

From: SharpEye1

Apr-10

Hi Dhyani,

Checking in to ask how you and Dad are doing after getting your second shot.  Mine is coming up Thursday (4/15), so was curious how it worked out for you as I know you were well prepared for any and all possible outcomes.  heart_eyes

datsalotta

From: datsalotta

Apr-10

Hey Energyworker *

Your experiences are so close to home. You've been through so much. I will be thinking about you and hoping for better outcomes.

Be kind, be calm, be safe - my COVID mantra

datsalotta

Unusually Instant (Kidmagnet)
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Energyworker said:

Even though the retirement home where my stepmother lives has herd immunity two people tested positive today for covid! One was fully vaccinated by Feb 13, 

That's disheartening.
 

I'm in BC as well (lower mainland) and besides having numerous relatives in Ontario, think of all if you there often. Such a horrible, scary situation. 

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