Pat, My wife and I just got our second today and my left shoulder is very tender. Will see what tomorrow brings.We got our second Pfizer vaccination Friday - arms were sore Friday night, Saturday afternoon neither of us had any energy, body kind of ached like a real mild flu but no fever and not much appetite. Sunday: back to normal.
Exactly - both times we went through the site (Town Toyota) dozens of people helping to coordinate. We had National Guard administer the vaccine - everyone was there to help the citizens.I got my first shot yesterday, arm a little sore but otherwise all good. While its been easy to complain about he ordeal to get the shot, I just want to give high praise to all the people involved in delivering and administering the vaccine, no small undertaking. Be safe.
Glad it went well for you today, truly a relief.Once the line started moving at the Fairgrounds, 11 minutes and I was in the 15 minute waiting lot. Injection site was a little sore during round 1, but nothing this time. Hopefully it stays that way. Once the Fairgrounds became appointment only, it has been a very smooth process. Kudos to those who coordinated locally and a big thank you to the military personnel who handled the vaccination process. Well done!