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For those who have had AstraZeneca 08:55 - Apr 6 with 1905 viewsTractorCam

When is your 2nd jab and how far is it apart from the 1st? Mine is only 62 days apart but i've heard it should be 77-84 days.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 08:57 - Apr 6 with 1472 viewsStokieBlue

The guidelines are 3 months but 2 weeks difference isn't going to matter. The first dose will still have had plenty of time to prime the immune system for the second shot.

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 09:02 - Apr 6 with 1432 viewsBluefish

Exactly 11 weeks

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 09:04 - Apr 6 with 1427 viewsvictorywilhappen

Be happy you are already highly protected. well after 14 days or so. I'm sure the second jab time frame is good.

Had my first jab. AZ. No side affects. Second is 70 days later.

There are many people around the world who would be very happy just getting their first jab. Britain is doing well on this front.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 09:58 - Apr 6 with 1343 viewsBasingstokeBlue

78 days

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:14 - Apr 6 with 1308 viewsFtnfwest

74 i think without 'digging out' the text
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:33 - Apr 6 with 1270 viewsNorthLondonBlue2

Count yourself lucky. No second jab appt for me yet, although I’m in London, innit?

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:39 - Apr 6 with 1249 viewsBluefish

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 09:04 - Apr 6 by victorywilhappen

Be happy you are already highly protected. well after 14 days or so. I'm sure the second jab time frame is good.

Had my first jab. AZ. No side affects. Second is 70 days later.

There are many people around the world who would be very happy just getting their first jab. Britain is doing well on this front.
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The current UK government sourced the vaccines though so they are probably just full of water and sourced via a friend running an eBay shop

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:40 - Apr 6 with 1253 viewsDebsyAngel

Had my first one 20 March and next one is 4 June, so around 11 weeks.

My parents have no idea when their second ones are, but must be soon as my Dad is 10 weeks nearly and my Mum about 8.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:48 - Apr 6 with 1206 viewsvictorywilhappen

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:39 - Apr 6 by Bluefish

The current UK government sourced the vaccines though so they are probably just full of water and sourced via a friend running an eBay shop


Luckily i got mine from the Belgium factory. Tin tin was Belgium so it must be trustworthy and contain no micro chips.

But My G 5 is working much better since the jab and i can now speak Belgium- ish.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:51 - Apr 6 with 1192 viewsChurchman

70 days for me. Given vaccines hadn’t been invented 12 months ago, I’m just pleased to get some level of protection from this awful virus, so 60, 70, 80 days gap: not a factor as far as I’m concerned.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 10:56 - Apr 6 with 1184 viewsPinewoodblue

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 08:57 - Apr 6 by StokieBlue

The guidelines are 3 months but 2 weeks difference isn't going to matter. The first dose will still have had plenty of time to prime the immune system for the second shot.

SB


12 weeks actually.

Mine is a week today which is 11 weeks and one day.

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 11:26 - Apr 6 with 1131 viewsitfcjoe

However long it is from 6th March to 22nd May!

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 11:38 - Apr 6 with 1116 viewsblueislander

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 11:26 - Apr 6 by itfcjoe

However long it is from 6th March to 22nd May!


Here in Guernsey the gap is 10 weeks. I am due my second one in a couple of weeks.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:19 - Apr 6 with 1013 viewsBiGDonnie

Am I the only one who hasn't had the first jab yet? Not even got an appointment to do so...

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:48 - Apr 6 with 974 viewsRyorry

Haven't been given an appt. yet, tho first one was in early Feb. Do you hear automatically? Don't like to bother them (and you're told not to), but with less than 4 weeks to go ..?

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:55 - Apr 6 with 958 viewsDebsyAngel

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:48 - Apr 6 by Ryorry

Haven't been given an appt. yet, tho first one was in early Feb. Do you hear automatically? Don't like to bother them (and you're told not to), but with less than 4 weeks to go ..?


My Dad is in the same situation and I will be asking him to make sure he calls his GP. It would be so much easier if people were given both dates. I was, but not sure if it's because I did mine online?
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For your peace of mind..... on 14:56 - Apr 6 with 954 viewsBloots

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:48 - Apr 6 by Ryorry

Haven't been given an appt. yet, tho first one was in early Feb. Do you hear automatically? Don't like to bother them (and you're told not to), but with less than 4 weeks to go ..?


....my Dad and my in-laws only got the call for their second one 5 or 6 days before the appointment.

Don't panic.

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:57 - Apr 6 with 951 viewsNthQldITFC

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 08:57 - Apr 6 by StokieBlue

The guidelines are 3 months but 2 weeks difference isn't going to matter. The first dose will still have had plenty of time to prime the immune system for the second shot.

SB


78 days for me. I chose that gap as '78 is my favourite number.

Wasn't the original recommendation 4 weeks or so? Was the change to 3 months on the basis of evidence, or on the basis of political convenience and a lack of any contrary evidence?

The only thing I know is that I might be wrong about everything else.
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For your peace of mind..... on 15:07 - Apr 6 with 933 viewsRyorry

For your peace of mind..... on 14:56 - Apr 6 by Bloots

....my Dad and my in-laws only got the call for their second one 5 or 6 days before the appointment.

Don't panic.


Ah, OK, cheers.

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 15:13 - Apr 6 with 919 viewsRyorry

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:55 - Apr 6 by DebsyAngel

My Dad is in the same situation and I will be asking him to make sure he calls his GP. It would be so much easier if people were given both dates. I was, but not sure if it's because I did mine online?


I was phoned by my GP's surgery for the first, then later the same day also got letter through post saying I could book online if I wanted. When I looked at that letter again a couple of days ago, it did indeed say that if you booked online you should book both appts. at same time. Rather wish I'd got the letter first, as I'd certainly have gone down that route, both for choice of dates & being able to plan!

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 15:20 - Apr 6 with 905 viewsGlasgowBlue

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:57 - Apr 6 by NthQldITFC

78 days for me. I chose that gap as '78 is my favourite number.

Wasn't the original recommendation 4 weeks or so? Was the change to 3 months on the basis of evidence, or on the basis of political convenience and a lack of any contrary evidence?


It was changed on the basis that we were at the height of the Kent variant getting out of control. The reasoning from the JCVI was that priority should be to give as many people in at-risk groups their first dose, which would save more lives.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/letter-to-the-profession-from-the-uk-

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 15:36 - Apr 6 with 885 viewsDebsyAngel

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 15:13 - Apr 6 by Ryorry

I was phoned by my GP's surgery for the first, then later the same day also got letter through post saying I could book online if I wanted. When I looked at that letter again a couple of days ago, it did indeed say that if you booked online you should book both appts. at same time. Rather wish I'd got the letter first, as I'd certainly have gone down that route, both for choice of dates & being able to plan!


Yes getting that second one booked saved me a lot of stress and dread and at least I have planned for it! The first one, I had a choice of three days - on the day I received it, the next day, or the Sunday. I had to get a lift arranged so having it immediately was not an option for me.
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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 15:49 - Apr 6 with 853 viewsjeera

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:19 - Apr 6 by BiGDonnie

Am I the only one who hasn't had the first jab yet? Not even got an appointment to do so...


If you feel you should have qualified by now I'd be tempted to chase it up.

You wouldn't be the first to have needed to do so.

A phone call won't hurt.

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For those who have had AstraZeneca on 17:03 - Apr 6 with 805 viewsChurchman

For those who have had AstraZeneca on 14:19 - Apr 6 by BiGDonnie

Am I the only one who hasn't had the first jab yet? Not even got an appointment to do so...


Try booking online. All you need is your NHS number. If that fails, I’d try your doctors.
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