After all the teeth-gnashing, hair-pulling frustration we went through to find Greg a vaccine appointment a month ago, my process seemed almost anti-climactic: I put myself on every available waiting list on the day I became eligible and then forced myself to sit on my hands. Two days later, I was invited to make an appointment. Dose No. 1 is tomorrow.
Meanwhile, my right hand continues its workout, now with a brush, relieved that it won’t be much longer than three weeks: As soon as I schedule the second dose, this series will have an end date.
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Will you end your series 14 days after your second dose when your full immunity has had time to develop?ReplyDelete
No -- it ends the day of the second dose. "Full" immunity doesn't really exist, and maximum immunity is not a concrete date. For the purpose of this project, I want something concrete, which the second dose symbolizes.Delete
Yay to a projected end to your project! I agree that full immunity doesn't really exist, but I feel much safer knowing I have both vaccines.ReplyDelete
Happy for you, Joan! And I will be breathing a lot easier in a few weeks!Delete