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HaarlemShuffler

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Sitting 'recovering' from 2nd booster Moderna now in a qbicle in a sports hall miles away from home. The hall can't be reached easily by bus in a town of 130,000 inhabitants and seeing as it's mainly >60s getting jagged, a pretty poor show all round.

Still, that's it done, 5 mnths since last one, didn't realise!

On the rise here again too but no-one seems to take it seriously 'cept those most at risk.

Had to wear mask and it kept slippin' off... till I noticed I had it on upside down! Long time me no wear... 🤪
 

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I've never stopped wearing a mask on public transport, shops and social distance. Only places that I did not was the vast Murrayfield and other gigs where nobody at all wore masks. Not a single one. Nonetheless it got me several weeks ago.
Anyone know what's happening with the much heraldid booster roll out?
I just phoned my 90 year old mother and she hasnae heard a peep. I guess her 69 year young son is pretty much down the pecking order.

BIG G
 

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I'm afraid the days of people wearing masks has long since passed.You would need to have Sturgeon on the telly wearing black with her suntan whitened for anyone taking any notice,and with that clown Boris floundering I don't think even that would be enough.
 

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I've never stopped wearing a mask on public transport, shops and social distance. Only places that I did not was the vast Murrayfield and other gigs where nobody at all wore masks. Not a single one. Nonetheless it got me several weeks ago.
Anyone know what's happening with the much heraldid booster roll out?
I just phoned my 90 year old mother and she hasnae heard a peep. I guess her 69 year young son is pretty much down the pecking order.

BIG G
All those eligible that I know, maybe about 10 of them, have all had their's. I'd phone your mother's GP because at that age I'd imagine she's eligible. I'm not sure what the age thing is, I'm 65 on Saturday and heard nothing.
 

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I've never stopped wearing a mask on public transport, shops and social distance. Only places that I did not was the vast Murrayfield and other gigs where nobody at all wore masks. Not a single one. Nonetheless it got me several weeks ago.
Anyone know what's happening with the much heraldid booster roll out?
I just phoned my 90 year old mother and she hasnae heard a peep. I guess her 69 year young son is pretty much down the pecking order.

BIG G
Just got ma 2nd booster the other day, arm still sair 🤢 but here at present it's available without appointment at a jag centre that is a búgger wi the bus so I cycled.

As a 60+er you should get it no prob? Or do you have to go thru the doctors' in Scotland?
 

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Eligible groups urged to come forward before the end of June.
People in eligible groups who, for whatever reason, have not yet had their spring booster jab are being encouraged to make an appointment now.
These additional vaccinations have been offered to people aged 75 or over and those aged over 12 who are immunosuppressed, with clinics operating since early March until 30 June.
Anyone in these groups who has not yet come forward can book online or call the national vaccination helpline seven days a week to make an appointment which suits them.
 

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I did not know that. Who does? I suspect the horse has well and truly bolted anyway.
Come forward ! Ok, I'll phone my 90 Mum back and inform her she's being a bit of a Daftie.

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I've never stopped wearing a mask on public transport, shops and social distance. Only places that I did not was the vast Murrayfield and other gigs where nobody at all wore masks. Not a single one. Nonetheless it got me several weeks ago.
Anyone know what's happening with the much heraldid booster roll out?
I just phoned my 90 year old mother and she hasnae heard a peep. I guess her 69 year young son is pretty much down the pecking order.

BIG G

My 90 year old maw in law got a letter for her additional booster - that's jag number 4?

Don't think the youngsters like yersel will get jag number 4 until autumn/winter, if at all.
 

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I did not know that. Who does? I suspect the horse has well and truly bolted anyway.
Come forward ! Ok, I'll phone my 90 Mum back and inform her she's being a bit of a Daftie.

BIG G
I reckon it'll be worth her getting it asap as I suspect she'll be eligible for the Autumn booster too but will probably need to leave a 12 week or so gap between them. I'm guessing that's why they were urging folk to get it before the end of June if they're planning to roll out the Autumn one from October-ish
 

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I'm at the stage now where I feel like the best thing to do is to be exposed to covid every day to keep my immune system on its toes. Must be horrible times for immune compromised people though.
 

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I'm at the stage now where I feel like the best thing to do is to be exposed to covid every day to keep my immune system on its toes. Must be horrible times for immune compromised people though.
And the many suffering weird hang-on symptoms after mild bouts. And don't get me started on the cognitive damage dangers that may yet come.

Fuzzes up the mind in many ways. Let's hope that's a diminishing trend.
 

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It appears to be on the march nationwide.
I delivered to quite a few folk today who have Covid.
First big spike in months here.
 

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