i've heard the same ... for some reason it's only with the 2nd shot.Those reactions I described have all gone away, and I’m back to feeling 100%. I can only barely feel the pain in my shoulder anymore. I’ll be going back to work tomorrow. From what I’ve heard, the reactions I experienced over 24-48 hours after the second shot are typical.
Yeah, just pulling from my questionable memory, but I read that it has to do with the second shot sort of kicking in the body's immune response, and that sort of knocks you down a notch while it's doing that.i've heard the same ... for some reason it's only with the 2nd shot.
From what I've heard, mostly the same. 24-48 hours of feeling a little punky, and then fine after that. My wife works for a health system, so many of her co-workers have had the first and second shot, and that's what they're telling her. She would have gotten her first shot already, but her dad died right about the same time they giving the shot, and she was preoccupied with helping her mother at that time. She'll get it at her next opportunity.Glad you are feeling 100% Seth. I know you are fit and active, so you may have recovered quicker, how are others around you recovering from the 2nd jab?
Yes. Will this initial vaccination be effective on the variants? And how long does it provide immunity? I think the answers to those questions are just opinions at this point, even from the experts. We'll just have to wait and see.Still a lot to be learned about this virus.
Yes indeed. He had stables at Hendra, and his horses transmitted the virus to him.A horse trainer was the first to die from that virus IIRC