Now these posts are definitely not in chronological order but this is bumping the queue before it is old news.
I got the vaccine this week, I was disproportionately excited when my GP text me a booking link a week before the national rollout for 32 year olds.
The text from my GP said it would be Pfizer, which I was happy with based on no actual research other than asking the few people who currently go to the office.
It was at my regular GP surgery, we had a few minutes queue including checking in at reception. I sat down for about 2 minutes, answered about 5 questions, got jabbed and left with a little card. After 15 minutes in the waiting room I was good to go.
The injection itself was quicker than most injections I’ve had and less painful. I have an annual flu jab and I had quite a few injections when I went backpacking, as well as the contraceptive injection years ago, so I feel I’ve had a reasonable range of injections to compare to.
The injection was Tuesday and I had a very slightly achey arm for a few days. I was a little sleepy but who knows if that is Pfizer or parenting.
I also used it as an excuse to stop by the Rollover hot dog stand on the way home.
A hot dog and some covid immunity give New Thing 5 a fun score of 10 out of 10. Yay Pfizer.