On the day that the PM was going to announce his plan for the exit route out of Lockdown in England, I drove over to Moulton to get my first vaccine jab.
All the Covid-related numbers seem to be pointing in the right direction, and the details behind the PM’s message were widely leaked before the official announcement first in The Commons and later on TV, at 7pm.
My ahead-of-schedule jab was made possible by a very under-promoted link on the NHS website (see below) that allowed pre-booking! I’m not quite sure WHY I was allowed to book before my official slot (group 7), but it seemed to work flawlessly, including the date for the follow-up jab too!
Arriving with around 10 minutes to spare, the setup was a picture of organisation. It was pretty-much impossible to go wrong in any way, given the excellent signposting and the number of people on duty. I was given the AstraZeneca flavour, and I didn’t feel a thing. Apparently, I might expect a sore arm and a headache as a side-effect later. So-far, so good!
Jab done! 😁
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