I feel like no one is safe YET 😱 Especially with variants abound, it’s best to return to the beginning of the pandemic 😷
As of JULY 22, 2021
Received my first shot of Moderna. Experienced 2 days of site soreness. Will receive my 2nd Moderna shot 4/13.
I will be receiving the vaccine 💉 with my parents and aunt. They are all who I received the 1st shot with.
The morning of was… stressful 😂 Thought 💭 I lost my confirmation… 😂 But found it! 👏🏽 😥
After the vaccine, I’m going to recover at my partner’s house with him and his family 😄 I’m very grateful to them 🤗 I still plan to call and check on my parents often… Still unsure how they’ll take the vaccine… 🤷🏽♀️
The vaccination seemed more lack the 2nd time…
To combat the site pain to be expected… followed these recommendations:
1. Drink lots of water 💧
2. Keep moving my arm. Arm rotations have helped me A LOT! 👏🏽
3. Take Vitamin D and C.
Consulted with my medical team 😂 (feiends and family in the healthcare field…) They said this list is what I should do…
I feel more and more people are getting vaccinated, let’s all experience a good process 🤞🏽
Fortunately I’m just feeling site soreness 🤞🏽Here’s to hoping it stays there way!
Common variants right now:
Delta – 1st appeared December 2020
Viruses normally mutate 😮 May need a booster eventually
More contagious 😷, may affect vaccinated as much
Affects kids 👨👩👦👦
Vaccinated individuals may still get COVID but may be as severe.
Becomming the dominant strain, at an alarming rate (accelerate the pandemic)
Still a lot to learn!
The main s:s of lost of taste and cough may not be pressent!
Cold-like S/S still present (fever, headache, sore throat, runny nose).
Prevalant in India and Britain. Already increasing in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgi, Mississippi, Missouri, and West Virginia.
Tried to include HOW it affects the body, common signs & symptoms (S/S), and where it is (from where it came from).