The point I was making was that the flu jab I got felt very much like a trial run for a mass vaccination. We were told to rock up at the stadium which was laid out with cones to give a snaking queue to four drive through tents, after getting the jab we were asked to rest for 15 minutes in parking bays before driving off. No one else that I have talked to was asked to rest after the flu jab but my Dad was told this after his COVID jab. So I reckon this was a test for mass COVID vaccination.The only person I know who's had the vaccine got it at the hospital in Redcar.
Any diabetics? Who inject themselves, did you get much training?
Does this mean you get the vaccine yourself quicker as you'll be mixing with lots of members of the public close up?
almost certainly I would imagine - the reason I got vaccinated yesterday was because my role requires on-site assessments and training in testing and vaccination centres, so will be in a much higher risk area of workDoes this mean you get the vaccine yourself quicker as you'll be mixing with lots of members of the public close up?
But equally medical staff, some carers, firemen and police all work 24 hours so the night may be a very opportune time to vaccinate key workers?