The Vaccine and you ?

spudnudd

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I reckon once the Oxford vaccination is available and no issues with storage it will be done super fast, I was in the doctors surgery yesterday getting a flu vaccination, two tables and two chairs in the middle of the waiting room, booked it online and they had just two minute slots one after the other, I kid you not they were doing everyone in under two minutes.
Definitely need the Oxford one up and rolling its less transport and storage problems but the difference between flu jab is on average 15 million have it a year mainly over 65's now the Pfizer-BionTech covid vaccine has transport and storage problems and only 40 million doses ordered for 20 million people thats if everything goes to plan.Some hospitals are going to be used first then what i have heard its the Nightingale ones they have built and probably the huge places they used for the mass testing like they used the Etihad Stadium car park near me. The problem with doctors surgeries is storing the vaccine and transportation as seen already with care homes they are going to take the residents to hospital or nearest hub.The logistical side of this is also massive because as well as sorting the covid vaccine out they will still be carrying out the testing as they are doing now i thought we had cracked with a vaccine up and running and i would be sorted by january but there ain't a chance but hopefully when the Oxford one comes out being easier to dish out albeit still needing 2 shots we will see light at the end of the tunnel in spring so keep safe til the silver bullet.
 

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The doc nearly got an allergic reaction to his finger up me bum lol

Chronic Prostatitis possibly bought on by heart condition = 3 weeks strong anti-biotics and further test

The way this is all going I'll either clock out in the next six months or outlive you all and become immortal :roflmao:
jeez,you must have upset a lot of people in your past life to be suffering so badly in this one
 

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The detailed card will include information such as the type of vaccine received, its batch number and the date it was administered.
They will also contain vital information about when a patient must return to have their second dose of the jab.


 

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The detailed card will include information such as the type of vaccine received, its batch number and the date it was administered.
They will also contain vital information about when a patient must return to have their second dose of the jab.



the doctor on the news this morn stated that the hardest thing she could foresee in the rollout of the vaccine,

was getting the second dose administered
 

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Our local surgery rolled out the Flu vaccines with almost military efficiency, everyone in one door, queues kept to a minimum through tight appointment times, all file past the nurses and check-wipe-jab-dab and off you go out of another door.
Just like the nit nurse :D
 

H T B

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Our local surgery rolled out the Flu vaccines with almost military efficiency, everyone in one door, queues kept to a minimum through tight appointment times, all file past the nurses and check-wipe-jab-dab and off you go out of another door.
Just like the nit nurse :D
Very similar to our GP surgery.
First time I've had the flu jab.
Wasn't sure whether I'd walked into a Benny Hill scene, or a budget porno.

Joking aside, it was very well run.
 

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the doctor on the news this morn stated that the hardest thing she could foresee in the rollout of the vaccine,

was getting the second dose administered

If it’s like the Dose I had at 18 years old I learned quickly ??
 

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The detailed card will include information such as the type of vaccine received, its batch number and the date it was administered.
They will also contain vital information about when a patient must return to have their second dose of the jab.


The batch number is so they know which tracker implants are working ;)
 

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Got my flu jab at pharmacy. Walked in door and in side room. Back out in 2 mins. Never even had to go near any other person.
Also daughter said they were getting names of any nurses or staff capable of doing injections last night. Which I think she said should be any nurse. But had to volunteer for it.
For V day.
 

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The batch number is so they know which tracker implants are working ;)
I personally think a chip is a good idea ,they could just scan you and they would know . It may be a good way of finding criminals to ,a scanner in every shop ,hospital ect ,i have nothing to hide lol
 
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