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RE: A thread to share positive news about Covid-19 Rx and vaccine developments
(03-29-2021 11:32 AM)TripleA Wrote:  
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(03-23-2021 08:06 AM)oasispirate Wrote:  I had the first Phizer on March 10th, only a sore arm for a day and a half, get the 2nd shot on April 7th.

My second shot is on April 7th too. Did you feel fatigued?

My sister had her second Pfizer shot a few weeks ago. First one just minor arm pain. Second one knocked her down for 2 days with overwhelming fatigue.

I've felt a little fatigued since I got the first shot. I've had a nap almost every day. Nothing alarming, but I just don't have much energy.
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(03-29-2021 11:36 AM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:32 AM)TripleA Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:28 AM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  
(03-23-2021 08:06 AM)oasispirate Wrote:  I had the first Phizer on March 10th, only a sore arm for a day and a half, get the 2nd shot on April 7th.

My second shot is on April 7th too. Did you feel fatigued?

My sister had her second Pfizer shot a few weeks ago. First one just minor arm pain. Second one knocked her down for 2 days with overwhelming fatigue.

I've felt a little fatigued since I got the first shot. I've had a nap almost every day. Nothing alarming, but I just don't have much energy.

She is still feeling a bit that way, but after her 2nd shot, not the first.
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RE: A thread to share positive news about Covid-19 Rx and vaccine developments
“Pfizer says Covid vaccine is 100% effective in kids ages 12 to 15”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cnbc.co...to-15.html
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/pfizer-bion..._lead_pos1

In sum:

1. Pfizer shots have 91.5% efficacy after six months. They will continue the study for two years.

2. The vaccine is 95% to 100% effective against serious illness (depending on definition of "serious").

3. The vaccine is only slightly less effective against the South African variant.

4. There are no serious safety issues to date.

Bloomberg reports on 4/1/21 the Pfizer vaccine works with even the very old (80 to 96 years) against the Brazil variant (although less robust) in real world conditions. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...in-elderly
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Covid-19 Vaccine Developed by U.S. Army Begins Human Testing
The vaccine has shown preliminary signs of protecting against new strains

https://www.wsj.com/articles/covid-19-va..._lead_pos6

Summary:
Initial study results for the protein based vaccine should be available around mid-summer.

The Army will team with a drug company if results are favorable.

There are dozens of doses in development with the aim of improving the existing vaccines. They could be used like a booster sot.
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RE: A thread to share positive news about Covid-19 Rx and vaccine developments
(03-29-2021 03:07 PM)TripleA Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:36 AM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:32 AM)TripleA Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:28 AM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  
(03-23-2021 08:06 AM)oasispirate Wrote:  I had the first Phizer on March 10th, only a sore arm for a day and a half, get the 2nd shot on April 7th.

My second shot is on April 7th too. Did you feel fatigued?

My sister had her second Pfizer shot a few weeks ago. First one just minor arm pain. Second one knocked her down for 2 days with overwhelming fatigue.

I've felt a little fatigued since I got the first shot. I've had a nap almost every day. Nothing alarming, but I just don't have much energy.

She is still feeling a bit that way, but after her 2nd shot, not the first.

Well, tomorrow is my second shot. I'm starting to wonder if I actually got covid while I was in line at the Cashman Center in LV.

My appointment was at 12:30 and I got home at 3:00. The line wrapped around our old AAA baseball stadium with thousands of people. Seems like a crazy way to get a vaccine shot exposing yourself to that many people.

I've always been sensitive to medications and maybe that's all it is. I'm not looking forward to tomorrow. Like your sister, everyone I've talked to that got the second shot, got sick from it.
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RE: A thread to share positive news about Covid-19 Rx and vaccine developments
(04-06-2021 01:33 PM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 03:07 PM)TripleA Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:36 AM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:32 AM)TripleA Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 11:28 AM)Memphis Yankee Wrote:  My second shot is on April 7th too. Did you feel fatigued?

My sister had her second Pfizer shot a few weeks ago. First one just minor arm pain. Second one knocked her down for 2 days with overwhelming fatigue.

I've felt a little fatigued since I got the first shot. I've had a nap almost every day. Nothing alarming, but I just don't have much energy.

She is still feeling a bit that way, but after her 2nd shot, not the first.

Well, tomorrow is my second shot. I'm starting to wonder if I actually got covid while I was in line at the Cashman Center in LV.

My appointment was at 12:30 and I got home at 3:00. The line wrapped around our old AAA baseball stadium with thousands of people. Seems like a crazy way to get a vaccine shot exposing yourself to that many people.

I've always been sensitive to medications and maybe that's all it is. I'm not looking forward to tomorrow. Like your sister, everyone I've talked to that got the second shot, got sick from it.

Wow, that's a crazy way to get a vaccine. I got mine at a county health department. You had to park in a certain section, then remain in your car until they came out and took your temp. Then when someone left, they called you in one at a time.
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Got my first shot on April 1st. Moderna. Most painless shot I've ever received. My arm was sore for about 3 days though. Other than the sore shoulder I've felt perfectly fine. Hopefully get my second shot sometime near the end of April
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I got my first yesterday, Moderna. Barely sore shoulder. Second shot on the 30th
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got my 2nd pfizer shot on 4-8 in my right shoulder

some soreness, but about the same as doing some raking in the yard
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Had first Pfizer shot a week ago. Extremely mild soreness in my arm for about half a day. It was only noticeable if I raised my arm up. Expecting the second shot to have a bit more kick.
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My wife and I received our 2nd Pfizer dose Monday. We experienced mild symptoms the first 24 hours (e.g., arm soreness, fatigue, muscle aches), but we maintained our daily activities and exercised lightly. On Wednesday, we had no symptoms.

According to the CDC, most people will not have any symptoms except arm pain, fatigue, and headaches after the 2nd shot and the symptoms experienced are mainly mild. Also, the symptom incident and severity level tend to lessen with age. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/in...icity.html
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Got my second shot on 4-7. Slight arm pain, fatigued yesterday. Maybe a slight fever, but nothing to talk about. I'm tying to keep myself well hydrated.
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(04-09-2021 09:52 AM)NothingButKnight Wrote:  Had first Pfizer shot a week ago. Extremely mild soreness in my arm for about half a day. It was only noticeable if I raised my arm up. Expecting the second shot to have a bit more kick.

My first shot was like yours. Just got my second shot and the shot itself stung for an instant when I was getting it. Minor soreness. I'd say the second shot made my arm slightly more sore than the first one. Nothing to worry about though. Both shots were in my left arm. I'm a righty.
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https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/17/healt...unity.html


Caronavirus immunity by vaccines may last years, maybe decades according to this study.
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(04-09-2021 08:37 PM)Shockit Wrote:  https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/17/healt...unity.html


Caronavirus immunity by vaccines may last years, maybe decades according to this study.

Good find, thanks. The article is behind a paywall, but the study pertains to recovered patients. The inference is the immunity gained by vaccination will also last a long time.
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FWIW, I ran across the following article comparing side effects of the three approved vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J.

https://www.businessinsider.com/covid-va...son-2021-4
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