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Got my second on Monday 1 o'clock.

OK until Tuesday afternoon headache and feeling like I was worn out so I had a few (2 twice) paracetamol and a siesta. Fine(ish) by late evening.

Today same again in the afternoon but only 2 paracetamol worth.
 

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Got my second on Monday 1 o'clock.

OK until Tuesday afternoon headache and feeling like I was worn out so I had a few (2 twice) paracetamol and a siesta. Fine(ish) by late evening.

Today same again in the afternoon but only 2 paracetamol worth.
Just to add that followed the same story as the first one but the second was only half as bad.
 

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Let us know how you are doing 24 to 36 hours from the jag, that is when it blootered me.
Feeling fine at the moment .Doubt I'll feel any different in 6 hours time.
 

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Didnt feel anything from either.
 

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Received my first jab of AZ early March, was in bed feeling shit for 48 hours, received my second jab 2 weeks ago, felt absolutely fine, nothing, will be totally protected on Tuesday, feel invincible
 

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Received my first jab of AZ early March, was in bed feeling shit for 48 hours, received my second jab 2 weeks ago, felt absolutely fine, nothing, will be totally protected on Tuesday, feel invincible
You're not invincible......but you are a lot less susceptible to serious illness from this fuc*ing virus.
 

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You're not invincible......but you are a lot less susceptible to serious illness from this fuc*ing virus.
And still able to pass it on although less likely. Although that might be a double edged sword. If you don't feel the symptoms, or they are very minor you're more likely to be out and about spreading the devious wee fucker to other folk.

Be careful, stay safe.
 

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I went to a walk in center today for my 2nd jag,my appointment isn’t until Friday.
Should I phone and cancel the appointment?
 
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I went to a walk in center today for my 2nd jag,my appointment isn’t until Friday.
Should I phone and cancel the appointment?
If the walk in didn't say anything I'd say yes, phone.

Other folk I've heard doing the same as you have been assured their original appointment has been cancelled during the pre jag chat.
 

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Highest figures in the UK since mid January and we are going to zero, fun ahead as Holland have learned.
 

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Highest figures in the UK since mid January and we are going to zero, fun ahead as Holland have learned.
Holland are behind us timewise mate,them and Europe are about to be hit big time (like what happened with the Kent varient).
Scotland is on the way down number wise but England has already passed our numbers and will only get higher….
 

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Still far too few folk vaccinated. It could hinder any chance of getting out of this lockdown/freedom cycle.
 

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Still far too few folk vaccinated. It could hinder any chance of getting out of this lockdown/freedom cycle.
It shouldn't.
Why should the majority be held back in getting back to normal due to a minority of people who refuse to take the vaccine (which is within their rights btw.)
 

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