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    Quote Originally Posted by Komakino View Post
    The other half works in a care home. She typed in all her details and it suggested between 21st - 25th December this year: she's yet to hear anything from the company that runs the place.
    Further to my last post, she received a text message on Christmas Eve from 'OUH*-NHS' with a link which took her to an online form where she entered some details. Within a minute she received a second message confirming location, date and time (29th December), so can't fault the speed of the thing. Understandably, she's a little apprehensive about going through with it, as well as getting it sooner than others in more need...

    *Oxfordshire University Hospitals
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    Quote Originally Posted by Komakino View Post
    Further to my last post, she received a text message on Christmas Eve from 'OUH*-NHS' with a link which took her to an online form where she entered some details. Within a minute she received a second message confirming location, date and time (29th December), so can't fault the speed of the thing. Understandably, she's a little apprehensive about going through with it, as well as getting it sooner than others in more need...
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    That's good news! And it'll be good for her colleagues, the people she cares for, and their families too.
    Come On You Hatters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delboy20 View Post
    Yes it is like we used to do at school - DEAD ARM !!!
    And the medicinal reason here is???

    Quote Originally Posted by Komakino View Post
    Further to my last post, she received a text message on Christmas Eve from 'OUH*-NHS' with a link which took her to an online form where she entered some details. Within a minute she received a second message confirming location, date and time (29th December), so can't fault the speed of the thing. Understandably, she's a little apprehensive about going through with it, as well as getting it sooner than others in more need...
    So the OUS is what was once the JR?
    My mum reported a slight reddening around the area where the scratch was administered, which was quite itchy for around three days, since cleared up. Otherwise nothing.

    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    That's good news! And it'll be good for her colleagues, the people she cares for, and their families too.
    Exactly. And more importantly, it means that when the pubs do reopen, he can be confident of not bringing the plague back to her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post
    So the OUS is what was once the JR?
    My mum reported a slight reddening around the area where the scratch was administered, which was quite itchy for around three days, since cleared up. Otherwise nothing.
    Not sure. All I know is that OUH = Oxford University Hospitals; I'm taking her to the Churchill in Headington for the jab.

    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    That's good news! And it'll be good for her colleagues, the people she cares for, and their families too.
    Thank you Will
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post

    where the scratch was administered, which was quite itchy
    I'm sure they call it a "small scratch" to avoid the ribaldry a rather more accurate "little prick" would provoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickDavies View Post
    I'm sure they call it a "small scratch" to avoid the ribaldry a rather more accurate "little prick" would provoke.
    My flu jab on Thursday was seemingly a scratch as was my BCG in 1982. It definitely wasn't a conventional injection as far as I could feel. Perhaps it's just because I'm hard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post
    My flu jab on Thursday was seemingly a scratch as was my BCG in 1982. It definitely wasn't a conventional injection as far as I could feel. Perhaps it's just because I'm hard...
    Hope you all recovers well as from the jab. Not my scene, like having a pint of Carling, but if you think it will do you well, bravo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinko View Post
    Hope you all recovers well as from the jab.
    What is it we'll need to recover from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickDavies View Post
    What is it we'll need to recover from?
    Duh! The two/three-day minor localised rash which afflicted my ol' mum.

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    Given a vaccination rate of 1,000,000 a week and an uptake of 70.6%, you should expect to receive your two doses of vaccine and be fully protected by between 17/01/2022 and 30/06/2022


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