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Socoder -> Health Matters -> Covid Boosting Continues

Sun, 10 Jul 2022, 04:35
Had the 4th COVID booster shot yesterday... They don't get any easier! Strange yuky headache all day.
Sun, 10 Jul 2022, 04:35
Fourth? I've not even had a third booster.. hmmm..

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Sun, 10 Jul 2022, 04:37
Had my third, no sign of a fourth for me yet.
Sun, 10 Jul 2022, 04:54
Third here too. I probably won't have the fourth - I had pain and weakness in my left arm for months after the booster. The virus appears to be weakening and we can now deal with it much more effectively. It's time to live with it, methinks.
Sun, 10 Jul 2022, 16:01
Having the boosters helps us live with it and lowers the hospital numbers.

My MIL has had it twice, and the second time was much worse than the first for her.
Mon, 11 Jul 2022, 01:37
Eeek, thankfully it 's gone down to common cold symptoms over here.

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Mon, 11 Jul 2022, 02:00
That all depends on who catches it, and which of the many strains they catch.
It may be being perceived as "nothing, now", but it's just as deadly as ever.

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Mon, 11 Jul 2022, 03:51
Yea, if you live with anyone who is vulnerable it is a constant worry as our day yesterday at A&E highlighted.

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Mon, 11 Jul 2022, 03:52
My mother is having a pretty hefty operation next month. Last week got a letter she can get a covid shot. Her own doctor wil come to her home to set it.

If a lot of people get ill with covid. They wil scale down operations again. She has been having a fever for months now. Not a great time to catch covid.
Mon, 11 Jul 2022, 08:26
I work on the frontline in the NHS and have seen at first hand how dangerous Covid is. I've lost friends, colleagues and family. I've seen it. The recent strains are noehere near as dangerous as the early ones, unless you have pre-existing conditions are are pretty poorly anyway. But medics also know more about the diesease, how it affects us and how to deal with it now. Yes people still die from Covid, but not generally healthy people and often more as a result of other conditions.

But that doesn't mean we should let our guard down. If conditions do deteriorate significantly I may have the fourth, but, as it stands, right now I won't.