Time For the Vaccine

So a big event for me last week was getting my first Corona virus Jab. I chose to travel to Rayleigh to get it done as soon as possible rather than wait a bit to have it done more locally.

It was all very efficient, in fact I was seen early, asked a few relevant questions and jabbed! I had the Astra Zeneca Oxford vaccine. I was then taken to a waiting area where I sat for 15 minutes to see if I had any adverse reaction to the vaccine. After 15 minutes I drove myself home.

The next day, almost exactly 24 hours after the jab I began to get some very mild flu like symptoms, a bit of a headache, a few aches and pains and felt tired. I took some paracetamol and went to bed early but within 5 or 6 hours the symptoms had disappeared and I was just left feeling a little tired the next day.
Having the vaccine to me seems liberating. It makes you feel that we are well on the way out of this. Lets hope so, I can’t wait to get down the pub!

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Time for The Vaccine
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Bob Simpson
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