Vaccination

I got the first stage of the covid vaccine yesterday. Hawaii just opened eligibility to new groups of essential workers, including teachers.

I registered on Saturday, and yesterday I went to the hospital to get the shot. The line was long.

It moved along pretty well though, so I was soon getting my shot. I got advice to take Tylenol immediately after the shot, then again eight hours later. It seems to be working.

My booster is in three weeks.

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2 Responses to Vaccination

  1. Lauren says:

    Hooray! Did it remind you of the boosters of your youth? I tell the kids, “Look at the light and keep your muscles soft and squishy. It will still hurt a little bit, but not as much.”

    At least your long line was in a beautiful surrounding! 🙂

  2. Carol says:

    You brave guinea pig, you. Did they tell you which manufacturer’s vaccine they gave you? I understand you’ll need to get the second dose from that same manufacturer…MD is opening shots to teachers this week as well, but our school has had to go 100% virtual for a while (several positive COVID test results of late), so I’m not racing in until I can see how other bodies react to it, if you catch my drift. Praying all goes well…

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