2nd jab

Snapster

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Just back from my second Pfizer jab, I was in and out in 20 minutes, and that includes a 15 minute wait after the jab to make sure I was ok.
We are given a certificate with QR codes which I scanned into my phone app. It will become the Health Passport needed for travelling within the EU and eventually abroad.
Arms a little sore now so I am having a large glass of medicinal vin rouge......🍷
 

n brown

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When I looked it did seem it was easier to find reports from The US than over here. Thats news reports though, not the raw data.

Anyway, it's very low figures catching it after being fully vaccinated, 5 or 6 thousand and the US has over 80 million fully vaccinated, and that was a week or so ago. Was way less than100 deaths too. Something like that anyway.
 

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We had our first Pfizer jab here in Mazarron, Spain 3 weeks ago, we queued for 2 hours. Today, as well as the same folk turning up for their second jab they included another younger group for their first jabs! We queued today for 4 hours and when we left the queue was even longer and I reckon those folk would have been waiting in the sun for maybe 6 hours. To make things worse many people couldn’t be found on the system when we registered, including us, so they were writing details down on scraps of paper. No doubt we’ll get a text message in a week or so asking why we didn’t turn up for our second jabs. Anyway, all done now and we had no adverse reactions last time other than a sore arm the following day.

Pat
 

witzend

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When I looked it did seem it was easier to find reports from The US than over here.

Anyway, it's very low figures catching it after being fully vaccinated
Thats what we need to get reports on to give us confidence to travel anywhere
 

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We’re still waiting for appointment letters, the only way to get it here. Most locally seem to have got it in just under 12 weeks, but some have gone well over.

Bill, that's gobsmackingly unbelievable, and pretty disappointing, especially when you look at how the vax rollout has gone elsewhere in the UK.
I think your local health authority need to be answering some serious questions.
There's definitely a rabbit away somewhere there... :unsure: :cautious:
 

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