COVID-19 vaccine: What do you think?

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COVID-19 vaccine: What do you think?


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@Courtney_J I received the Oxford vaccine two weeks ago and I have had no adverse reaction at all not even a red arm , now the French President is trying to belittle the Oxford vaccine for political reasons , this man is dangerous and should resign ,  it all to do with Brexit , shame on him ?


COVID-19 vaccine: What do you think?


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What jab will be available for people who can't have penicillin 

COVID-19 vaccine: What do you think?


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Good advisor

I too had Oxford Vaccine on 18th Jan and am absolutely fine. Can not wait to be called for the 2nd dose.

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i work in healthcare but decided not to take the vaccine as i have allergy reactions 

COVID-19 vaccine: What do you think?


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I had mine as am NHS worker.

Certainly has some side effects which take abit of coping with.

You receive a sticker after the 1 injection, saying I have had my vaccine.

Something has to happen. We can't live in lockdown for ever, and wearing masks as it's not natural.

The world as a whole will definitely never be the same again.

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The oxford one is only up to 70% effective now so it makes you wonder if youre as well isolating still instead

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@jjnoble which vaccine did you have

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I'm getting vaccinated tomorrow night. Sort of resigned to it. There has been a sudden clump of infections apparently, local to me - including my brother in fact.
My Mum had the vaccine on Wednesday, & suffered no ill effects, and as my Mum is keen for me to have it, particularly now, then fair enough. Mother knows best, as they say.

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@Sandie7 Pfiear 

COVID-19 vaccine: What do you think?

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When my husband was contacted to make an appointment to have his 1st vaccine mid February, I asked which one it was. I am happy with my GP'S choice and look forward to having mine done too!