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post #541 of 677 (permalink) Old 12-02-2021, 20:52
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Mmm..... Most of us oldies would have had the flu vaccine within the last few months but no-one even asked.
I didnīt think at the time when she told me this Jean, but the first shingles was given on the same day as my flu jab, one after the other so it must have something to do with the second shingles dose.

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Apparently itís not wise to have the Covid and flu vaccine together

But I see no sign that is done

We had the shingles vaccine a long time ago but as I remember only one injection, and one pneumonia vaccine

But my memory may be suspect

Iíve never heard a six month rest twix shingles and Covid is required but Iíll certainly follow it through

Shingles is a nasty affliction, but it wonít kill you

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I heard one report that IF you have had a confirmed case of CoVid,bthen you will only need, and get, a single dose of the vaccine as a booster- that seems logical but is there any scientific evidence to justify it ?

I have not heard of any such trials, or of it being a widespread decision, but I suppose it would save a single dose...

Has anyone heard the same or is it my imagination ?

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My daughter had covid just before Christmas and was given her 1st vaccination (as an essential worker) last week, as advised by the Dr.

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I heard one report that IF you have had a confirmed case of CoVid,bthen you will only need, and get, a single dose of the vaccine as a booster- that seems logical but is there any scientific evidence to justify it ?

I have not heard of any such trials, or of it being a widespread decision, but I suppose it would save a single dose...

Has anyone heard the same or is it my imagination ?
Yes me too, I read it here Dave.

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post #546 of 677 (permalink) Old 14-02-2021, 20:38
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Well I certainly had it

Frequent tests have identified I have antibodies 10 months later

And Iíve now had the vaccine, a very sore arm and flu like symptoms and excessive tiredness for a couple of days

In a couple of weeks Iíll have another blood test

Unfortunately it will only identify antibodies, not if they have increased since the vaccine

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Johnson is to promise in a virtual G7 meeting today that ALL "spare" vaccine will be given to developing countries which have yet to start their vaccination programme. The UK has apparently ordered more than 400 million doses - enough for 200 million people to have two doses each and the UK population is around 65 million.

Did not he promise the EU a few weeks ago when there was a threat to invoke Article 16 that spare doses would go to Europe ?

I'm sure I remember that being said.

Is this yet another example of his facultative memory loss ? One thing IS clear though, the EU will not be happy if what I believed turns out to be yet another story made up at the time and not intended.......

Oh yes, it was Liz (You really can't)Truss(t me.......)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...able-liz-truss
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He can promise all he wants the key us what they define as "spare"
I bet any unused vaccine won't be spare in the heir eyes. It's a business oppertunity.

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Today the Basque health service annouced the next that the next group to recieve the vaccine will be those aged over a hundred shows the EU vaccine programme is picking up pace
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Johnson is to promise in a virtual G7 meeting today that ALL "spare" vaccine will be given to developing countries which have yet to start their vaccination programme. The UK has apparently ordered more than 400 million doses - enough for 200 million people to have two doses each and the UK population is around 65 million.

Did not he promise the EU a few weeks ago when there was a threat to invoke Article 16 that spare doses would go to Europe ?

I'm sure I remember that being said.

Is this yet another example of his facultative memory loss ? One thing IS clear though, the EU will not be happy if what I believed turns out to be yet another story made up at the time and not intended.......

Oh yes, it was Liz (You really can't)Truss(t me.......)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...able-liz-truss

I read that article and typical of the guardian, they twist the text to meet with their remit, you need to actually read it not just skip through it and replace words, may, possible, could with words more suited to your ideals, the English language and grammar really has gone tits up over the years.

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