View Poll Results: Which Covd-19 Vaccine have you had?

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  • Moderna

    8 10.53%
  • Pfizer-BioNTech

    27 35.53%
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)

    0 0%
  • Astra-Zeneca

    31 40.79%
  • Russian Sputnik - umm - 'vaccine'

    3 3.95%
  • Chinese Sinovac - umm - 'vaccine'

    4 5.26%
  • Any 'new' vaccines not mentioned above

    3 3.95%
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    Who has received which Covid-19 vaccine

    It'd be interesting to see who has received which vaccine as time goes by . . . also, a very good website on C-19

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccinations - Statistics and Research - Our World in Data


    And at the end of it, literally . . . the NZ stats:


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    Nothing yet

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    The daughter is working on getting the Thai girlfriend a shot (or two) while visiting the states

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    Got the Pfizer last friday.
    As soon as I became eligible last week I registered with Florida republican run covid vaccination website, they told me that as soon as a dose became available it the zip code I provided I would be contacted and we can arrange an appointment. I still have not herd anything yet.
    In the news I heard that Biden had set up a federally operated vaccination site in Jacksonville stuffed by the US National guard. I called and was told I did not need an appointment, anf to come anytime between 7am and 7 pm. Next day I got up and i was there 7:30 am
    The whole operation was streamlined and very professional , there was a very long tent, with different color lines that took you to a preregistration,a quick examination, you were asked for a choice of Pfizer or J&J,
    I chose Pfizer.
    Very nice American boys and girls in Uniform , that seemed to enjoy what they were doing , joking and smiling, with different color paddles om their hands, directed everyone where they need to be , I have to say, It was actually a pleasant experience.
    The whole process took 30 to 45 minutes, I did not time it, and 15 minutes of that was simply waiting there to see if anyone had a reaction.
    None of the people i was with did.
    The vaccination it's self was painless. I hardly knew it was done. Five hours later my arm was sore in the are of the vaccination, but I went to sleep that night and when I woke up I could hardly tell where I was vaccinated.
    If you are in the States , and you have an option of a state run site or a federally run site, i suggest you go to the federal site.
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    I got the Pfizer a couple of weeks back. I was lucky in that a nurse I know was working in the area and she was able to come right to my apartment and deliver the jab. I generally hate getting needles of any kind but the young nurse was able to deliver a painless jab. Damn gorgeous she was as well, which seems to help the needle go in smoothly. Next jab who knows when, their talking four months but I'm going to push for four weeks which was originally recommended.


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    the young nurse was able to deliver a painless jab. Damn gorgeous she was as well, which seems to help the needle go in smoothly.
    Sounds like a Playboy reader's letter.




    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    four months
    Four months? I thought four weeks was the max?

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    It was intended to be PH.

    But then the medical authorities, perhaps under pressure from the government, decided it was better to concentrate on giving more people some level of protection as quickly as possible to prevent serious outcomes in all age groups, particularly the elderly. The clinical trials were based on a three to four week interval between shots (for the two shot vaccine types). Supply chain issues forced the government into this compromise

    So the use is all off label now.

    Canada right now is the land of bullshit. Unbelievable.

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    Well it's keeping you with money in your pocket and obviously still medicated up to the eyeballs, russ...so not all bad, eh?

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    I've seen reports that the Lao authorities have started using Sinovac (donated by China) for health workers and also expats living in Laos - the FB page had a report from an expat living in Nong Kiaow, north of Luang Prabang.

    I'll personally hold off, wait to see if I can pay for a vaccine that has better results than Sinovac...
    Groping women when you're old is fine - everyone thinks you're senile

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    Going to get the second jab of Pfizer this coming Sunday.

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    OK which comrade had the Sputnik?

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    That'll be Mandy in Mongolia

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    Vaccinations ramping up nicely in most places. (Well, except New Zealand, where the number s still 18,000) and some African countries)




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    Most of my colleagues have got or are getting the jab. I'll have my second Pfizer dose this Sunday. Well done to the MoH in Saudi. Good job.

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    Had AstraZeneca on Wednesday no blood clots yet.

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    I got my first Pfizer.


    Got a dull ache in the injection spot, like a small, localised DOMS. On an autism scale of 1 to Backspin (with one being the lowest) I went from a two up to a three. The nurse said that was normal and the next shot will cancel it out. I checked my phone, no 5G yet. Maybe that will also come with the next shot?
    Dear Anti-vaxers: Enjoy your free trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    I got my first Pfizer.


    Got a dull ache in the injection spot, like a small, localised DOMS. On an autism scale of 1 to Backspin (with one being the lowest) I went from a two up to a three. The nurse said that was normal and the next shot will cancel it out. I checked my phone, no 5G yet. Maybe that will also come with the next shot?
    You have to wait for the chip to change your DNA.

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    Getting mine tomorrow, same day as Boris.

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    My wife and I both got our first Pfizer dose Tuesday.

    At a maxvax site it was really well organized with some military help as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    Well done to the MoH in Saudi. Good job.
    First time I think it's better to be in SA than NZ . . .

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    I have heard unconfirmed reports that the side effects from the second Pfizer injection are worse than from the first. With the AZ vaccine, the side effects are worse with the first injection than the second.

    Anyone had both doses of either yet?

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    Haven’t gotten one yet. Passed on the chink shot.

    Hoping to get it done in a few months in Thailand privately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    I have heard unconfirmed reports that the side effects from the second Pfizer injection are worse than from the first. With the AZ vaccine, the side effects are worse with the first injection than the second.

    Anyone had both doses of either yet?
    Most people I know that have had AZ AND reported side effects were at the second dose - chills, fever fatigue for a day or two.

    I don't know anyone that has had any side effects with Pfizer bar one whose wife woke up at 2am the next day after first dose with chills that had passed by lunchtime. She hasn't had her second dose yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    I have heard unconfirmed reports that the side effects from the second Pfizer injection are worse than from the first. With the AZ vaccine, the side effects are worse with the first injection than the second.

    Anyone had both doses of either yet?
    Two doses of Pfizer complete. No side effects or bad reaction [with either jab], outside of a sore arm the next morning.

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    Word on the street is Bumrungrad is selling Pfizer for an extortionate amount and because it hasn't been approved by the Thai gov no insurance will cover it anyway. We've been told we won't get a vaccine until at least after the summer.

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