Coronavirus **support** thread

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11 Nov
8:46pm, 11 Nov 2023
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Yep, I had Pfizer a couple of weeks ago
11 Nov
9:21pm, 11 Nov 2023
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We had the Pfizer also
12 Nov
7:37am, 12 Nov 2023
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Pfizer for me too. Not that I'd have known if someone in the waiting area hadn't asked.
12 Nov
7:51am, 12 Nov 2023
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Moderna seems to be the vaccine of choice up here. 5 out of 7 of mine have been Moderna, the first two being AstraZeneca.
12 Nov
9:04am, 12 Nov 2023
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7 DQ? They've been busy with you. I've only had 5, and checking back
Feb-21 AstraZeneca
May-21 AstraZeneca
Nov-21 Moderna
Sep-22 Moderna
Oct-23 Pfizer
12 Nov
9:43am, 12 Nov 2023
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It's how up to date it is for the current strains circulating that would be my concern. I think it's XBB 1.5 that you want. I've been hearing good things on twitter about Novavax (in terms of reduced short term side effects compared to mRNA), although that wouldn't stop me from getting any booster at this point.
12 Nov
2:31pm, 12 Nov 2023
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12 Nov
2:32pm, 12 Nov 2023
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Yes um , I'm on immunosuppressant drugs so got the extra 2 boosters.
26 Nov
3:36pm, 26 Nov 2023
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DQ - I've also had 7... (due to also being immunosuppressed)
And think that I've now got covid (although the line on the lft was very very faint) I've got a sore throat, headache and a bit of a cough (although less bad a cough than last week [when I also did a couple of lft]
27 Nov
2:23pm, 27 Nov 2023
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Not eligible this time round and just had the flu jab. Have had Covid this year and can say it was genuinely unpleasant - so if you can and your circumstances allow I would get the jab.

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Maintained by DingDocMerrily
There is a separate discussion thread for debating the grander scheme of things here:

Go there if you want to talk about whether it's real, whether the government are trying to control us, etc, etc.


information, discussion and support about the unfolding Covid-19 outbreak
NO politics please
And above all please be kind and respect others points of view and concerns.

microbiologists view byFlatlander
Science of coronavirus
coronavirus testing by Flatlander

information for ashtma sufferers

information for pregnancy

imperial article

Government advice

advice for those with RA and autoinmmune diseases

diabetes advice

explaination of the maths of the growth of the epidemic

tips to help you cope

Advice to stay at home

planning for and what to do if you are ill
support for self isolates

Ft coronavirus tracker

A good article about dealing with the feelings of grief that the current situation has given us

advice on self isolation for indivuals with symptoms or and their household

seven day rolling averages

A sustainable exit strategy document

susceptibility to covid by flatlander

bromage article

government guidelines 11th may for England(NI, Scotland and Wales linked at the bottom of article)

breathing practice

lancet articles

help with mask anxiety

video of droplet dispersal

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