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Pfizer booster from a local pharmacy today, (welcome to Walmart!) 🙂
Want a free covid rapid antigen test?  They're only available at your friendly neighbourhood liquor store! 

 

The LCBO / liquor control board of Ontario is also the world's largest wine-purchasing organization, so they know how to move large amounts of temperature-sensitive fragile stuff long distances quickly and safely.  

 

I guess it was either them or the  Chapman's Ice Cream company

(who really pissed off Canada's right wing by giving all their vaccinated employees a raise)


Officially, the $#!Tshow starts next week, when Canada's province of Ontario tries to massively expand public vaccinations at the last minute.  They knew Omicron was coming, but didn't publicly do anything to increase vaccinations- or rapid test availability- until case #s began to spike.  

 

Their excuse for doing the same thing last winter?  They were waiting to see if the modelling predictions actually showed up in hospitals 🙄🤦‍♀️🤬

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3 hours ago, WolfAmethyst said:

The LCBO / liquor control board of Ontario is also the world's largest wine-purchasing organization, so they know how to move large amounts of temperature-sensitive fragile stuff long distances quickly and safely.  

 

I guess it was either them or the  Chapman's Ice Cream company

(who really pissed off Canada's right wing by giving all their vaccinated employees a raise)

 

I'm trying to laugh and cry at the same time!

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I got boosted with Moderna (2x Pfizer) the day after US Thanksgiving. I also got the shingles shot in my right arm. I DO NOT RECOMMEND getting a shingles shot in your dominant arm. I was much more sore from that than from the Moderna shot.

 

Edited: But glad I did both!

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Canada's top doctors say you should keep wearing your mask, even as provinces increasingly drop their COVID-19 mask mandates.

 

Saskatchewan, Alberta, B.C. and Manitoba have all lifted mask mandates in most indoor spaces.

 

Ontario is poised to drop its masking rules in most places on Monday, while Quebec plans to do so by mid-April. Most of these jurisdictions, however, still require masking in some high-risk settings.

 

Provinces have cited dropping COVID-19 cases and high vaccination rates as justification for the decision to ditch mandatory masks.

 

 

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A professor of virology here said masks should be voluntary now, but if you wear one, it should be FFP2 because with Omicron any other kind is basically a style element / facial ornament. Officially they’re still recommended in public and I still wear it in stores and on public transport, as do most others, but other limitations have been lifted here.

 

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I bean wearing the same type cloth mask the whole time.. my work handed them out and they worked. I wear were mandated. I am boosted as well. 

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Our school district made masks optional 3/14. I am boosted, but continue to wear a cloth mask (so far, so good!) and most of the students also wear their masks.

 

I did an optional anonymous survey of my classes and about 55% of my students (11th graders, so most are 16 y/o) have two or more shots. Only about 20% have a booster as well, but I think many are not eligible if it hasn't been 6 months since their last shot. 

 

Another teacher did a similar anonymous survey and while many of the students are wearing the masks for safety reasons, a good portion of them are wearing it because they feel embarrassed to take it off (they also hide behind their hair, hats, sunglasses, and phones, so I suppose it's not so surprising). I would normally try to break down the insecurity issue in class, but for now I'm just grateful to the students that choose to wear masks, whatever the reason. 

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Here's the latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations from Canada:

 

Unvaccinated increase risk of COVID-19 infection among vaccinated: study

 

People who are unvaccinated against COVID-19 are disproportionately more likely to infect those who have been vaccinated, according to a new study.

 

The Canadian Medical Association Journal is out with new modelling research and the study’s lead author, Dr. David Fisman of the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, says what they’re seeing is the risk for vaccinated individuals is being driven up by their interactions with those who have not gotten a shot.

 

Fisman says the message of the study suggests the choice to get vaccinated can’t be thought of as merely personal.

 

“Public health is something you actually have to do collectively,” he says. “What we kind of concluded is that the decision to not be vaccinated — you can’t really regard it as a self-regarding risk (because) you’re creating risk for other people around you by interacting with them.”

 

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Bonus booster done and wow do I feel like crap. I hope it pays off in some improvements like the others have yielded. Spiking a fever and feeling like I slept in the road on cold concrete and was run over a few times. 

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Got my 2nd booster last Friday.  Next day my arm was sore and a little warm to the touch around injection sight.  Also had a scratchy throat a couple of days after and felt lethargic, but not too bad overall.   Now feeling pretty much normal again and grateful I was able to get boosted.   

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Oh, I do hope you'll feel better soon, @Juni!

I got a Moderna booster and had every side effect listed -- except for arm soreness, LOL! At one point I had a choice to either get up and throw up or stay horizontal and suffer the horrible low blood pressure headache... it was very unpleasant for 2 days. But at least my daughter (she's 10 and the only one in her class who's had both shots...) got to message her dad: "Mom just threw up!!!" 😄 

 

Early April I got randomly selected for an antibody survey, two months after the booster, and I had 12,491 antibodies, their measuring range was 50 to 40,000, fairly good I guess.

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9 hours ago, Evelin said:

Oh, I do hope you'll feel better soon, @Juni!

I got a Moderna booster and had every side effect listed -- except for arm soreness, LOL! At one point I had a choice to either get up and throw up or stay horizontal and suffer the horrible low blood pressure headache... it was very unpleasant for 2 days. But at least my daughter (she's 10 and the only one in her class who's had both shots...) got to message her dad: "Mom just threw up!!!" <img src="> 

 

Early April I got randomly selected for an antibody survey, two months after the booster, and I had 12,491 antibodies, their measuring range was 50 to 40,000, fairly good I guess.

Thank you, @Evelin-fever seems mostly resolved today, or if it's still here it's a lot lower. Still really sore arm, now I also have swollen armpit lymph nodes(also a common side effect) and I'm incredibly tired.  I've been fortunate to have only really mild nausea-just no appetite at all. Pulse is lower today though, it was racing yesterday and that was giving me a headache as well. 
Some good news maybe is last night a good bit of my brain fog seemed to lift. Here's hoping *that's* permanent. 

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This is actually somewhat similar to how I felt after the second Pfizer, which were my first(Pfizer for jabs, Moderna for boosters) where I wasn't really happy for the first one but it was the second one that hit like the proverbial truck and really messed me over. I wonder what will happen for the next one. 

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Oh, hope you feel much better soon @Juni, so sorry to hear you're having a rough go of it.

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49 minutes ago, JohnM said:

Oh, hope you feel much better soon @Juni, so sorry to hear you're having a rough go of it.

Thank you for the good wishes-I consider it a good sign-it might make me better. 
Arm is almost pain free now, though fatigue and headache are lingering. 
It took me almost a week the last time I had a reaction like this so I'll be patient. 

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7 hours ago, Juni said:

Thank you for the good wishes-I consider it a good sign-it might make me better. 
Arm is almost pain free now, though fatigue and headache are lingering. 
It took me almost a week the last time I had a reaction like this so I'll be patient. 

Well, I have been sending good vibes your way 🙂 so if that helps in any way…I’m so glad to hear. 

 

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Got my 5th shot today as an immunodeficiency person (under a year from last chemo). First three were Pfizer, 4th Moderna and today Pfizer. So far no symptoms, only when touching my arm there's a feeling. After Moderna in January I got fever. The vaccinator didn't recommend me Moderna because it's not known how my immunity has recovered from chemo and Moderna has more RNA than Pfizer so it can cause more side effects. My mum is 75 years and has Alzheimer and she got her 4th shot last week, 5 months after me.

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27 minutes ago, Evelin said:

Thank you, @Minna, that’s good to know about Moderna in light of future boosters!

Yep. I have thought that Moderna is more effective but I could be wrong. And none of them prevents getting omicron infection. Good thing is that vaccines protects from severe infections. 

Despite of all boosters I keep wearing FFP2 masks as well as my daughter. My mum and my sister doesn't wear surgical masks anymore. Due to problems in mobility my mum doesn't move a lot. She use to visit only a nearest small  food store daily.

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