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For people that have had Boosters 11:10 - Dec 2 with 2171 viewshype313

Have you been given the same as the previous two, or has it been a different blend for the booster?

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For people that have had Boosters on 11:12 - Dec 2 with 1372 viewsStokieBlue

All boosters are the mRNA ones I believe?

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For people that have had Boosters on 11:17 - Dec 2 with 1325 viewsGlasgowBlue

For people that have had Boosters on 11:12 - Dec 2 by StokieBlue

All boosters are the mRNA ones I believe?

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I see the WHO are now saying that it is morally wrong to give boosters to healthy individuals.

We are damned if we do and damned if we don’t. A fortnight ago we were being told we were not getting enough boosters into peoples arms.

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I had 2 x AZ..... on 11:19 - Dec 2 with 1309 viewsBloots

....and then 1 x Pfizer yesterday.

And I feel like crap today.

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I had 2 x AZ..... on 11:22 - Dec 2 with 1299 viewsCaptainAhab

I had 2 x AZ..... on 11:19 - Dec 2 by Bloots

....and then 1 x Pfizer yesterday.

And I feel like crap today.


Same, but without the feeling crap bit. Slightly sore arm and slight headache (but that could be last nights wine)
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For people that have had Boosters on 11:24 - Dec 2 with 1289 viewsSwansea_Blue

For people that have had Boosters on 11:17 - Dec 2 by GlasgowBlue

I see the WHO are now saying that it is morally wrong to give boosters to healthy individuals.

We are damned if we do and damned if we don’t. A fortnight ago we were being told we were not getting enough boosters into peoples arms.


Presumably that's to do with low vaccine rates in some developing countries? You can see the logic in that from a global scale. A bit of a hard sell at the national level though (to put it mildly).

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I felt like I was..... on 11:25 - Dec 2 with 1284 viewsBloots

I had 2 x AZ..... on 11:22 - Dec 2 by CaptainAhab

Same, but without the feeling crap bit. Slightly sore arm and slight headache (but that could be last nights wine)


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For people that have had Boosters on 11:26 - Dec 2 with 1280 viewsStokieBlue

For people that have had Boosters on 11:17 - Dec 2 by GlasgowBlue

I see the WHO are now saying that it is morally wrong to give boosters to healthy individuals.

We are damned if we do and damned if we don’t. A fortnight ago we were being told we were not getting enough boosters into peoples arms.


The WHO are unfortunately a bit all over the place at the moment.

They said that countries shouldn't close borders until more information is known about the Omicron variant whilst also putting out information that they thought the cases were mild even though there couldn't be enough information to know that as per their first statement.

The reports from SA are changing daily with regards to the transmissibility, severity and cohorts affected. We are probably going to have to wait a couple of weeks to get firmer data from outside SA.

SB

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I felt like I was..... on 11:31 - Dec 2 with 1252 viewsFixed_It

I felt like I was..... on 11:25 - Dec 2 by Bloots

....going through the menopause last night.


You remember it from last time?

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For people that have had Boosters on 11:42 - Dec 2 with 1192 viewshype313

Cheers peeps, thought as much.

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For people that have had Boosters on 11:44 - Dec 2 with 1189 viewsSteve_M

Yes, had Pfizer for all three.

Slightly sore arm after the booster but nothing else, second one was the only one to affect me a bit. Felt quite tired and a bit run down the week after that one.

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For people that have had Boosters on 11:46 - Dec 2 with 1183 viewsTractorCam

Had Astra the first time and then Moderna for booster.

I had the same symptoms for Moderna as I did the first Astra, chills plus my arm ached more than the others.

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If you need any advice on hot flushes dear on 11:47 - Dec 2 with 1177 viewsRyorry

I felt like I was..... on 11:25 - Dec 2 by Bloots

....going through the menopause last night.


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To OP - 2 x AZ, booster was Pfizer. No side effects apart from sore arms (which lasted several weeks after second AZ; was more intense but only lasted 24 hrs after Pfizer).

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For people that have had Boosters on 11:49 - Dec 2 with 1163 viewsJakeITFC

I had 2xAZ first time and Moderna last week for the booster, had a quite hilarious day of shivers and aches the day after but only for a few hours.
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For people that have had Boosters on 11:58 - Dec 2 with 1130 viewsblueden60

Had my booster last week - Moderna. My first two were Astra Zeneca. Had more of a sore arm with the Moderna one but otherwise no other side effects. .
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For people that have had Boosters on 12:00 - Dec 2 with 1119 viewsChondzoresk

Had Pfizer on the first 2….no issues. Then had Moderna booster…..jeez my missus and I felt really ill and flu like. Gone after 48 hours. It’s worth it. Get your boosters now folks!
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I felt like I was..... on 12:08 - Dec 2 with 1083 viewsBlueBadger

I felt like I was..... on 11:25 - Dec 2 by Bloots

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For people that have had Boosters on 12:20 - Dec 2 with 1032 viewsEireannach_gorm

For people that have had Boosters on 11:24 - Dec 2 by Swansea_Blue

Presumably that's to do with low vaccine rates in some developing countries? You can see the logic in that from a global scale. A bit of a hard sell at the national level though (to put it mildly).


I don't know about the morality part but there is a suggestion that because of the low vaccination rates in developing countries it is a petri dish for variants. There tends to be a younger population in these countries who don't get very sick with Covid-19 but are carriers. Don't think it should be an either/or situation regarding booster shots. There has however be many examples of governments donating vaccines near the end of their shelf life which is morally corrupt.
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For people that have had Boosters on 12:23 - Dec 2 with 1029 viewsIllinoisblue

Pfizer x 2 then Pfizer booster. My arm was very painful after the booster. Two days of serious discomfort. Unlike the first two shots where I didn’t feel a thing. Had flu shot on same day as booster. Vax me up!

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For people that have had Boosters on 12:28 - Dec 2 with 1001 viewsThe_Flashing_Smile

AZ first 2, the Dolly Parton jab for no.3.

Physical symptoms; dead arm and general lethargy.
Mental symptoms; keep backing managers too long.

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For people that have had Boosters on 12:56 - Dec 2 with 958 viewsblue62

My first 2 were AZ and my booster was Moderna.

Feel absolutely fine other than my arm feels like I have been punched.
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I had 2 x AZ..... on 13:22 - Dec 2 with 906 viewsBlueBoots

I had 2 x AZ..... on 11:19 - Dec 2 by Bloots

....and then 1 x Pfizer yesterday.

And I feel like crap today.


Same here...plus had my flu jab in the other arm at the same appointment (and a free Cadbury Boost bar after - nice bit of marketing at the hospital I thought :^D)

Side effects nothing compared to the AZ vaccine...just feel a tiny bit tired and headachey, and the customary sore arms. About 12 hours after the AZ, starting feeling ridiculously cold, went to bed and then started feeling ridiculously hot a couple of hours later, got up to go to the toilet and nausea was so bad almost collapsed and vomited and ended up lying on the bathroom floor to a) cool down and b) get there before I fainted and fell there...

I hope you feel less crap soon!
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For people that have had Boosters on 14:05 - Dec 2 with 838 viewsPendejo

3 doses of Pfizer and still haven't got a permanent boner.

Booster game me a sore shoulder, neither the previous two did.

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For people that have had Boosters on 14:13 - Dec 2 with 800 viewsfactual_blue

AZ for the first two, Pfizer for the booster. Only problem with the booster was a very, very sore arm for about 36 hours, or so Bill Gates has told me.

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For people that have had Boosters on 14:15 - Dec 2 with 794 viewshype313

For people that have had Boosters on 14:13 - Dec 2 by factual_blue

AZ for the first two, Pfizer for the booster. Only problem with the booster was a very, very sore arm for about 36 hours, or so Bill Gates has told me.


But the signal strength in Ixworth has shot up, every cloud...

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For people that have had Boosters on 14:22 - Dec 2 with 775 viewsfactual_blue

For people that have had Boosters on 14:15 - Dec 2 by hype313

But the signal strength in Ixworth has shot up, every cloud...


Spookily, EE has just finished upgrading its mobile network in this part of the world.

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