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Robert Bradley
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I got my first shot (Pfizer) yesterday.

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I got my second shot on Thursday - felt sluggish Friday, so I acted like a slug
all day. It's not bad at all.

Looking forward to two weeks from now, where I can go out more. I am still
keeping the mask, as that's what the CDC says and I'm now accustomed to
them.

Go Team Pfizer!!


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Matt Reed
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One shot down this week.  Second dose at the end of April.  Should be fully protected by mid May!  Moderna for me.  
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If youíre the same as everyone Iíve known that Moderna, Matt, youíre
going to feel like hell tomorrow.
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I had the AstraZeneca vaccine on 14th March. Apart from a bad headache for about 8 hours the next day, I've been fine.

All being well, I'll get my 2nd dose in about 9 weeks.
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I received my 2nd dose of the Pfizer vaccine today. My arm is a little sore but nothing to complain about.

Mentally, it feels great to have it out of the way.

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Matt Reed
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 Brian Miller wrote:
If youíre the same as everyone Iíve known that Moderna, Matt, youíre going to feel like hell tomorrow.

First shot or second shot?  After the first, I only felt pain at the injection site.  No worse than a yearly flu shot.  
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Both. But more so the second.
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Scheduled for a J&J jab Thursday morning.
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Scott Wagahoff
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Congratulations JB! I admit to being a bit emotional after my first one. It's been a stressful time/year and this felt like the first step to regaining some "normalcy".
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Now I just hope the gods of irony don't decide to kill me while I'm driving to Rite-Aide!
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Neil Lindholm
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Guess I got off lucky with the Sinopharm one here in China. Arm hurt a little bit for a few days, then nothing. Second shot had no reaction at all. Nobody else I talked to had any adverse reactions either. Maybe itís because they use the older method of vaccines compared to the newer methods. 
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