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Got it?

Yeah, I got it and feel HORRIBLE.
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Yes, I got it, but am doing okay.
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Yes, I had it but have recovered.
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I think I had it, but not sure.
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No, still waiting.
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Have you seen 'Russian Ark' (2002), though? I've seen it for the first time on DVD on one of my past bird days.
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Since I spent all my time last few weeks on watching movies for the challenges, I've only recently caught up with a few world news (mostly via @worldprotest on telegram).
Yet to catch up with local news but it appears that I am still unable to use transport. Altho I wonder if anyone is going to pester me since I'm the only one who wears both a mask and a shield when using bus.
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Carmel1379 wrote: May 5th, 2021, 7:57 am Have you seen 'Russian Ark' (2002), though? I've seen it for the first time on DVD on one of my past bird days.
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So I finally went in for my shot yesterday. It was kind of surprising that they asked me if I wanted the hydroxychloroquine with a bleach chaser, or the Moderna. I had to think about it for a while and finally chose the latter.

Anyway my community from what I can tell is doing a little bit better than Wisconsin, or the country as a whole, probably because we have a fairly high minority population, and it's whitey that don't vaccinate. Thanks DJT! Took me about half an hour from walking in to walking out, not bad. Felt fine for about 3 hours, then my arm started to really hurt, and I also got tired really early and slept about 9 hours. Much better this morning, will be happy to get this over with on June 2, and maybe actually take a little trip after that. Or at least start going back to the movies.
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Congrats. I get the second dose on Monday.
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xianjiro wrote: May 6th, 2021, 7:24 pm Congrats. I get the second dose on Monday.
I do too. :thumbsup: Hopefully no or minimal side effects like on my first shot.
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GruesomeTwosome wrote: May 6th, 2021, 7:27 pm
xianjiro wrote: May 6th, 2021, 7:24 pm Congrats. I get the second dose on Monday.
I do too. :thumbsup: Hopefully no or minimal side effects like on my first shot.
yeah. absolutely, but I'm prepared to not want to do much next week just in case.

btw, while the "side effects means your immune system is working" thing isn't an outright mistruth, I've read a couple of times now that not having side effects doesn't mean the opposite, it's just bodies react differently and some don't have or notice the reactions as strongly. Either way, side effects or no, the fix will be in and the risk of severe disease will be minimal even given the array of variants. :thumbsup:
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I'm two weeks past second dose, so fully vaccinated now. Wife and I are going on a date tonight. We're going to eat our first meal outside of our house in like 15 months. I'm excited. Also a little scared - been home WAY too long for this to feel natural.
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congrats and I hope you enjoy yourselves!
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xianjiro wrote: May 7th, 2021, 12:32 am congrats and I hope you enjoy yourselves!
It was super nice. Awkward and weird, as I don't yet understand the mask protocol in public, but super fun. Nice to get out and experience something that's almost a distant memory. Food we didn't have to cook ourselves? Hell yeah! Tasty and nice. :banana:
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So weird how COVID has affected things in other countries. We eat out once a week or fortnight :/ Although the other day was the first time we had to wear masks out to a restaurant.

From tomorrow, masks will only be required on public transport and events with over 1000 people. And that's supposed to be for another week until it's completely back to normal again. We haven't had any community transmissions since last weekend (there were 3). We also broke 1000 cases recently but I think that includes people coming from other countries/states.
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I still can't imagine eating inside a restaurant. While my finances took a big hit this week and 'dining out' just isn't going to be in the budget, I think I'd still only be comfortable getting take out and finding a bench or eating at home. Drove past a couple places offering curbside dining, but there's just no appeal - car noise and food has no appeal. We finally have food carts other than taco trucks in the city, but it's far enough away that it's hard for me to walk the dog AND go get food that way. The dog isn't cooperative any time any other dogs are around, so I'm somewhat nervous of trying to take him with to do something like that - just easier to get something and come home, but there's just nothing of interest within four blocks - kinda my limit for a restaurant. Don't do delivery any more now that the one Chinese place I used to call a couple times a year stopped accepting cash.

So, if I don't cook it, I ain't eatin' it. (And that pretty much includes 99% of takeaway from the grocery store too since I have to be careful of allergens.)
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Got my second shot of Moderna yesterday, and so far so good. I've been sleepy and hungrier than usual, and my shoulder hurts, but no nasty side effects otherwise.
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OldAle1 wrote: May 6th, 2021, 1:15 pm So I finally went in for my shot yesterday. It was kind of surprising that they asked me if I wanted the hydroxychloroquine with a bleach chaser, or the Moderna. I had to think about it for a while and finally chose the latter.

Anyway my community from what I can tell is doing a little bit better than Wisconsin, or the country as a whole, probably because we have a fairly high minority population, and it's whitey that don't vaccinate. Thanks DJT! Took me about half an hour from walking in to walking out, not bad. Felt fine for about 3 hours, then my arm started to really hurt, and I also got tired really early and slept about 9 hours. Much better this morning, will be happy to get this over with on June 2, and maybe actually take a little trip after that. Or at least start going back to the movies.
I had the Moderna as well. First shot was mostly arm pain with some fatigue for 3 days or so. Second shot I had full-blown flu for a day or two, felt like shit. 3-4 days after the shot I was completely fine.
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Knaldskalle wrote: May 7th, 2021, 3:15 pm
OldAle1 wrote: May 6th, 2021, 1:15 pm So I finally went in for my shot yesterday. It was kind of surprising that they asked me if I wanted the hydroxychloroquine with a bleach chaser, or the Moderna. I had to think about it for a while and finally chose the latter.

Anyway my community from what I can tell is doing a little bit better than Wisconsin, or the country as a whole, probably because we have a fairly high minority population, and it's whitey that don't vaccinate. Thanks DJT! Took me about half an hour from walking in to walking out, not bad. Felt fine for about 3 hours, then my arm started to really hurt, and I also got tired really early and slept about 9 hours. Much better this morning, will be happy to get this over with on June 2, and maybe actually take a little trip after that. Or at least start going back to the movies.
I had the Moderna as well. First shot was mostly arm pain with some fatigue for 3 days or so. Second shot I had full-blown flu for a day or two, felt like shit. 3-4 days after the shot I was completely fine.
Yeah my arm really hurt the first night, and I was tired but couldn't sleep. Significantly painful yesterday as well and a feeling of lethargy - I had stuff to do but just couldn't do it, couldn't really cook like I wanted to in the evening, just blah and tired. Improvement today for sure but there's still a twinge of arm pain. I'm definitely going to plan to have leftovers or instant food for June 2 and the next few days, and not have any reason I have to leave the apartment for a few days.
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OldAle1 wrote: May 7th, 2021, 3:22 pm
Knaldskalle wrote: May 7th, 2021, 3:15 pm
OldAle1 wrote: May 6th, 2021, 1:15 pm So I finally went in for my shot yesterday. It was kind of surprising that they asked me if I wanted the hydroxychloroquine with a bleach chaser, or the Moderna. I had to think about it for a while and finally chose the latter.

Anyway my community from what I can tell is doing a little bit better than Wisconsin, or the country as a whole, probably because we have a fairly high minority population, and it's whitey that don't vaccinate. Thanks DJT! Took me about half an hour from walking in to walking out, not bad. Felt fine for about 3 hours, then my arm started to really hurt, and I also got tired really early and slept about 9 hours. Much better this morning, will be happy to get this over with on June 2, and maybe actually take a little trip after that. Or at least start going back to the movies.
I had the Moderna as well. First shot was mostly arm pain with some fatigue for 3 days or so. Second shot I had full-blown flu for a day or two, felt like shit. 3-4 days after the shot I was completely fine.
Yeah my arm really hurt the first night, and I was tired but couldn't sleep. Significantly painful yesterday as well and a feeling of lethargy - I had stuff to do but just couldn't do it, couldn't really cook like I wanted to in the evening, just blah and tired. Improvement today for sure but there's still a twinge of arm pain. I'm definitely going to plan to have leftovers or instant food for June 2 and the next few days, and not have any reason I have to leave the apartment for a few days.
Yeah, I planned ahead for the 2nd dose as well and made a huge dinner the day before, so plenty of easy-to-reheat leftovers. Unfortunately, it was also my wife's birthday, so the timing sucked, but we figured the vaccine was more important and I could spend the day in bed without too much of a guilty conscience.

EDIT: I should be clear, the day of the shot was fine, it was the day after the shot that was terrible. Plan accordingly.
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Knaldskalle wrote: May 7th, 2021, 3:15 pm
OldAle1 wrote: May 6th, 2021, 1:15 pm So I finally went in for my shot yesterday. It was kind of surprising that they asked me if I wanted the hydroxychloroquine with a bleach chaser, or the Moderna. I had to think about it for a while and finally chose the latter.

Anyway my community from what I can tell is doing a little bit better than Wisconsin, or the country as a whole, probably because we have a fairly high minority population, and it's whitey that don't vaccinate. Thanks DJT! Took me about half an hour from walking in to walking out, not bad. Felt fine for about 3 hours, then my arm started to really hurt, and I also got tired really early and slept about 9 hours. Much better this morning, will be happy to get this over with on June 2, and maybe actually take a little trip after that. Or at least start going back to the movies.
I had the Moderna as well. First shot was mostly arm pain with some fatigue for 3 days or so. Second shot I had full-blown flu for a day or two, felt like shit. 3-4 days after the shot I was completely fine.
That was my experience with Moderna as well. Arm pain for a day the first go around, then the second dose really did a number on me. Luckily it was only for a day or two at most and the sickness left just as quickly as it arrived.
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Wow, I just went back and read the first few pages of this thread. That's a very enlightening experience, almost all of us (including me) were kinda sorta dismissive of it and then the tenor slowly changes as it becomes more real to us all.
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Well, part is learning and adapting as we go. We know more now than we did at the start of 2020 - for good, bad, or whatever! :)
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xianjiro wrote: May 7th, 2021, 6:39 pm learning and adapting as we go.
You aren't a real American are you? THE WORLD IS THE WAY I WANT IT TO BE, ALWAYS WAS ALWAYS WILL BE!!! FUCK THIS BOOK LEARNING SHIT.
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So, while I was able to finally schedule my vaccines (after a fair amount more effort than should be required), my neighbor mentioned yesterday that, given that's she's completely divorced from tech, she's having trouble accessing the vaccine. (She's probably even more medically 'fragile" than I am with more than one co-morbidity of concern with Covid.) There's very little information about walk-in clinics, but some are finally starting up in our local community. I was able to send out a couple emails and found a couple different vaccine clinics (all tomorrow, oddly enough), but at least it's a good start and she didn't say "oh, I'm swamped tomorrow ..."

If you know someone who isn't connected, it's worth checking city/county health departments, senior centers, and even https://www.vaccines.gov/search/. State health department websites might also be of help, but it still may take a time for people to shift gears from the massive drive-up clinics to drop-in clinics - so it's worth checking back at least weekly until you can find a shot.
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I had the AZ vaccine yesterday (shot #1), feeling it this morning, nothing too serious but sleepiness, sore arm slightly swollen lymph nodes (I think) and maybe a touch of nausea and headache. Woke up at 2:45 this morning and couldn't get back to sleep because of intense chills and, later, sensitive skin all over (now it's much less intense and seems localized to my back, of all places). No complaints here, though, very glad to have it done.

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Had an pfizer 1rst dose last week as well... Feeled strange the next day ... no big deal
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After having basically zero side effects from my first shot of the Pfizer, I had my second shot yesterday and so far today I’ve felt a bit achy and I’ve had the chills...just feeling unusually cold but not feeling terrible in a sickly/feverish way or anything. Thankfully I’m still working from home so that makes things a bit easier.
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I'm not happy unless you all suffer like I did... :D
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It appears it's my duty to assuage your remembered suffering. I had the second Pfizer jab yesterday and today I feel the worst I've felt since I had the flu in the late 90s. (Had an inner ear infection that caused horrific bouts of vertigo about a decade ago - it was pretty bad too, but different.) Nope, this is the sickest I've been in a very long time. Of course my upper arm is sore, but that always happens when I get a shot there, no biggie. I've no idea how much serum was injected compared to my other recent shot - for shingles. I don't believe I remember ever being this ill after a vaccination.

So, one question (can't find a reliable answer online) - how long did the fever last? I'm not 'worried' about it, just trying to plan when I can do one thing that really must get done this week. I think all other side-effects are probably just a function of the fever, so I'm not really worried.
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Got 2nd Moderna on Friday morning. Felt like I was dying by Friday at sunset. Basically back to normal by sunset on Saturday. I never get sick so being so sick for such a brief window was bizarre.
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Well, not that it matters, but I had no reaction to any of the shots.
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blocho wrote: May 12th, 2021, 2:03 am Well, not that it matters, but I had no reaction to any of the shots.
Indifference is still a reaction. :P
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xianjiro wrote: May 12th, 2021, 1:19 am It appears it's my duty to assuage your remembered suffering. I had the second Pfizer jab yesterday and today I feel the worst I've felt since I had the flu in the late 90s. (Had an inner ear infection that caused horrific bouts of vertigo about a decade ago - it was pretty bad too, but different.) Nope, this is the sickest I've been in a very long time. Of course my upper arm is sore, but that always happens when I get a shot there, no biggie. I've no idea how much serum was injected compared to my other recent shot - for shingles. I don't believe I remember ever being this ill after a vaccination.

So, one question (can't find a reliable answer online) - how long did the fever last? I'm not 'worried' about it, just trying to plan when I can do one thing that really must get done this week. I think all other side-effects are probably just a function of the fever, so I'm not really worried.
I had 24 hours of feeling like crap followed by 24 hours of feeling bad (but better) and then I was fine, maybe a little fatigue, but nothing compared to the preceding days.
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Knaldskalle wrote: May 12th, 2021, 4:18 pm I had 24 hours of feeling like crap followed by 24 hours of feeling bad (but better) and then I was fine, maybe a little fatigue, but nothing compared to the preceding days.
yeah, this seems to be what's happening for me. The fever broke last night and today I feel better, but still a bit achy and I'm sure I'll get tired pretty quickly. Will probably postpone today's big task in the hope I'll have more energy tomorrow.
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xianjiro wrote: May 12th, 2021, 1:19 am I had the second Pfizer jab yesterday and today I feel the worst I've felt since I had the flu in the late 90s. (Had an inner ear infection that caused horrific bouts of vertigo about a decade ago - it was pretty bad too, but different.) Nope, this is the sickest I've been in a very long time.
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Ohio will give away $1 million prizes to five adults, plus another five full-ride public college scholarships to teens who get vaccinated against COVID-19, Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Wednesday during a statewide televised address.

Calling it "Ohio Vax-a-Million," DeWine said drawings will be held for five consecutive Wednesdays, starting May 26, to pick the $1 million winners. The winners will be pulled from the Ohio secretary of state's voter registration database.
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Kublai Khan wrote: May 13th, 2021, 1:12 pm https://www.dispatch.com/story/news/202 ... 059433001/
Ohio will give away $1 million prizes to five adults, plus another five full-ride public college scholarships to teens who get vaccinated against COVID-19, Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Wednesday during a statewide televised address.

Calling it "Ohio Vax-a-Million," DeWine said drawings will be held for five consecutive Wednesdays, starting May 26, to pick the $1 million winners. The winners will be pulled from the Ohio secretary of state's voter registration database.
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Knaldskalle wrote: May 11th, 2021, 5:19 pm I'm not happy unless you all suffer like I did... :D
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Asia is blowing up on that covid graph. Where else is it super viral right now other than India?
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Glad you are feeling better, xianjiro! I had similar symptoms that you and Knaldskalle did after the 2nd: 101 fever for ~36 hours and then run down for awhile after that... got it on a Wednesday and by Sat morning I was pretty much back to normal. :thumbsup:
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peeptoad wrote: May 13th, 2021, 1:50 pm Glad you are feeling better, xianjiro! I had similar symptoms that you and Knaldskalle did after the 2nd: 101 fever for ~36 hours and then run down for awhile after that... got it on a Wednesday and by Sat morning I was pretty much back to normal. :thumbsup:
Glad to hear you got over it relatively quickly as well. For as horrible as I felt on Tuesday - and honestly, that was probably just 12 hours though I can't say for certain how much relief was given by Ibuprofen taken around 6:30pm and how much was the fever breaking on its own - I'm amazed at how quickly I'm back to normal. Earlier in the day yesterday, I still felt fatigued, maybe a tiny headache, but by late afternoon, I was able to do a more usual routine.

So, 48 hours and I was back to my normal.

I know reports of side effects might cause some to hesitate. If I had to rewind, but kept the knowledge I have now, I would absolutely NOT hesitate to get the second dose -- it's probably best to clear the schedule for 48-72 hours afterwards to get past the worst of it.
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CDC says you won't have to wear masks in most indoor places when vaccinated. Meaning here in Canada multiple provinces are in strict lockdown with by far the worst wave. People have to wait 3-4 months to get their second dose. Shows how important vaccine rollout is for this virus.
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Armoreska wrote: May 13th, 2021, 1:47 pm
Knaldskalle wrote: May 11th, 2021, 5:19 pm I'm not happy unless you all suffer like I did... :D
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Asia is blowing up on that covid graph. Where else is it super viral right now other than India?
My understanding is things have also gotten bad in Nepal. Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Malaysia have also seen spikes. The other thing is the new Indian variant is quickly spreading - so far most of the anecdotal reports talk about Indian students or workers arriving with the variant. I believe there are also issues in Turkey - I saw a restriction on movement from Turkey, but nothing actually discussing what the situation is on the ground.
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