I was in and out in four minutes as I had my first vaccination this morning.
The queue was long as uptake was high. All over fifties are now eligible and it seemed like we’d all signed up at once.
It was impressive as we were funnelled through the system. I didn’t feel a thing and barely had time to take my jacket off.
I did feel a bit like cattle or perhaps it was a lamb to the slaughter as we followed the arrows, received the jab and were expelled out the other side blinking in the thin spring sunshine.
And so it’s done and now I’m waiting to see if the flu-like side effects kick in…
It’s Vaccine Day for one of us and having had several conversations about DNA stealing, microchip injections, indoctrination, lemming mentality, vaccine passports and green corridors, the decision to trust the science was made.
I spent five years on a melanoma vaccine so am quite used to the idea of experimental vaccines being injected into me but for others, it’s a new, exciting experience.
By weighing up the pros and cons, the best option being a return to a sense of normality with the possibility of travel thrown in and the worst being death from Covid, it seemed the first option won.
Every person is entitled to their own opinion of course, one’s body therefore one’s choice so whatever choice is made, it’s the right one.
Let’s see how he feels afterwards!
Big T has just received a text, he’s off to get his COVID vaccine at Lord’s on Wednesday as the UK vaccine rollout continues.
Let’s hope he doesn’t come back and infect me!
Exciting news, I have a hair appointment in two months time!
I can only imagine what I’ll look like by then, so roll on April 23rd unless more mutant virus strains emerge and we’re not let out after all.