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    Quote Originally Posted by SkStu View Post
    my second Pfizer dose took me out too. Was actually fine for the 24 hours after (except sore arm) and then sick as a dog, in bed or on the couch for about 36 hours. Same as yourself. Not much by way of fever but aching legs and arms, headache, the lot.
    Yeah a very similar story at my end. I felt absolutely fine for the rest of the day after getting but woke up in the pits. Back to normal again now anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadloserkid View Post
    The day after I got the second Pfizer dose (yesterday) I was sicker than I've been in probably 20 years. Headache, fever, every muscle in my body ached. All back to normal today though.
    Quote Originally Posted by SkStu View Post
    my second Pfizer dose took me out too. Was actually fine for the 24 hours after (except sore arm) and then sick as a dog, in bed or on the couch for about 36 hours. Same as yourself. Not much by way of fever but aching legs and arms, headache, the lot.
    Things to look forward to so, my second Pfizer next week after sailing through the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraftyToePoke View Post
    Things to look forward to so, my second Pfizer next week after sailing through the first one.
    Good luck. ☺

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    Animated the vaccination progress in Ireland over the last seven months

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    Damn, it loops just as it's getting good. #gifsthatendtoosoon
    Just accept it: 2022 is going to suck.

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    And just as the government goes toe to toe with the RCC over breaking restrictions early: https://m.independent.ie/irish-news/...-40717044.html
    Author of Never Felt Better (History, Film Reviews).

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    Second dose yesterday. Lots more aches and pains around 24 hours later, and a bit of what I've seen people call "brain fog" alright, nothing worse than that so far.
    Author of Never Felt Better (History, Film Reviews).

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    Israel has started into a third dose of the vaccine after cases have gone from 0 (literally nil) on 9th June to a near-record amount of 8,700 on 16th August.

    They've revised long-term Pfizer efficiency from 94% to 64%, and it appears antibody rates reduce dramatically after about eight months. They've reintroduced restrictions and masks.

    Ho hum...

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    I refuse to thank that post, informative as it is. Damn it.
    Just accept it: 2022 is going to suck.

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    Getting my booster Monday, hopefully things will have calmed down a bit by Xmas so I can go and have an actually bloody pint!

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    Didn't sleep at all on Monday night, with a high temperature, pounding headache, and had to take yesterday off work. Had a phone consult with my doctor and he recommended a PCR test for my own peace of mind. Got a spot at 4 yesterday in Dundrum.
    Feeling better today, but still wiped out.
    Was at a wedding with Mrs T over the weekend, and she got a message from the bride that she tested positive for COVID today.
    Still waiting on my results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    Didn't sleep at all on Monday night, with a high temperature, pounding headache, and had to take yesterday off work. Had a phone consult with my doctor and he recommended a PCR test for my own peace of mind. Got a spot at 4 yesterday in Dundrum.
    Feeling better today, but still wiped out.
    Was at a wedding with Mrs T over the weekend, and she got a message from the bride that she tested positive for COVID today.
    Still waiting on my results.
    Update on the wedding. Three of the eight people that were sitting at my table have now tested positive, including the woman myself and Mrs T gave a lift to the train station the day after the wedding.
    Mrs T has also had a PCR test, and it's come back negative, but I'm still waiting on my results

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    Update on the wedding. Three of the eight people that were sitting at my table have now tested positive, including the woman myself and Mrs T gave a lift to the train station the day after the wedding.
    Mrs T has also had a PCR test, and it's come back negative, but I'm still waiting on my results
    Hope everyone is doing ok. Iíve had a close scrape recently as I work in private houses , a customer was positive. I went to citywest for a pcr and got the all clear. Thankfully Iím triple injected now. Iím hearing of more people I know that are positive or close contacts this time around. Iím not too nervous and still get out and about with masks & sanitizer etc. I do think we have to learn to live with this thing as it looks set to stick around in the foreseeable future.

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    "Sorry, I can't go to your wedding because COVID" sounds pretty good to me. Not that I get invited to weddings any more!

    Hope your PCR comes back negative tets.

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    Test results arrived this morning - positive for COVID. ********.
    I'm feeling fine today, apart from being a little dehydrated. Monday night and Tuesday were the worst. Yesterday I was ok, apart from the occasional coughing fit, and a headache. Have to isolate for ten days from the test on Tuesday, the 14th, which takes me up to Christmas Eve

    If those 36 hours were any indication of what a weakened version of the virus can do to someone, then get ****ing vaccinated, I would not like to face that without it.
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    Have a wedding on Tuesday, although it's a small one, this is making me nervous. Don't particularly fancy being in isolation for Christmas. I've got my booster too but wife hasn't. I know the venue have said everyone needs a covid cert (or the couple have taken it on themselves to insist on everyone having been vaccinated) so it should at least help limit the chances of picking anything up. I'm in the camp of still being very careful, I can't walk past a hand sanitizer without using it. I do think complacency has a lot to do with recent spread, it amazes me how few people seem to sanitize going in and out of shops etc now compared to the early days.

    Hope you're feeling better tets and managed to escape it.

    *crossed over posting. Hope you recover well, at least the isolation finishes on Christmas eve!

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    Get well soon, Tets.
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    Rest up Tets and take care.

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    Sorry to hear it Tets, keep yourself safe.

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