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    Covid trial in UK examines mixing different vaccines:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-55924433

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    Study reveals extent of Covid vaccine side-effects, I, personally don't think them worrying.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-55932832

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    Me either beau,

    Family member had a couple of side effects that was listed on the info given with the Pfizer vaccine but are not listed on your link hope you didn't have any

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    Not a thing other than a bruised feeling spot on my arm that is normal with vaccinations. Nothing to worry or write home about.

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    That's great news beau

    Family member came a little worse off but gone by the 4th day & absolutely a tiny fraction of what you would suffer with covid

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    I've just had another phone call from my GP's asking if I want a covid 19 vaccination . I said someone else called me & asked me that last week. Oh

    I said she told me I'm on the district nurses list.

    She said I can put you on the list.

    WTF

    Seriously I now have no idea if the first call or the second call is right or not. I really really dislike my GP's don't know why I ever thought they could get this right when they can't get repeat prescriptions right anytime let alone vaccinate everyone on their books

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    You should have accepted it, you could always refuse the second one if both did turn up.

    (Or have two jabs within a week? Don't know if they tested for that one, though I expect it's too close together).
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    No Nuke I'm confusing you again

    They phoned up to book me into a vaccination centre near my area. Both times I said I'm housebound & the first lady said I have a district nurses list I will check & see if you are on there. Yes you are on there. They will come to you but we don't know when yet.

    Second lady just now I said someone has already called me I can't get to the centres I'm housebound & the first lady said I'm on the district list. This second lady said no I can put you on there.

    Am I on the district nurses covid 19 vaccination list or not feck if I know

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    Surely this surgery must be peeing the District Nurses off as well?

    You'd think they would have better channels to complain about them.
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    Nuke I don't even know if they have sent the list of people who need the jab at home to them yet, or if it gets updated daily?

    I have no idea.

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