Has anyone in UK heard when we will get our next 6th covid jab. I’ve messaged my GP surgery but had no response. Our friend in France says they are being done there. As I’m classed as vulnerable I will be happy when have it, even if have side effects, don’t usually last.
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No idea Jean. Our son who lives with us has covid. He’s not had the latest booster as never got called to have it. It’s scary but we’re ok so far. Xxxx❤️
Hope your son quickly recovers, and doesn’t pass it on.
I’ll message on here when learn more. Best regards, Jean x
Thanks Jean. Fingers crossed. Xxx🤞🏼❤️
h hope your son recovers well and doesnt pass it on to you both but having this doesnt give immunity - just lessens the effect if covid is caught.
.Don't wait to be called . Go to a walk- in station and ask. Take nhs details and number and then afterwards let local surgery know details of the vaccine given.
I have had many vaccines over my working life as I worked with i varying infectious materials, and this was accepted as condition of employment( but not compulsory.) so i accept vaccines if necessary .and I have not waited to be called but gone to walk-in station armed with nhs details , and then gave the details to doctor at local surgery.
I will do just that when the next session starts.
We all have covid now Jaybird but Pete has antiviral drugs coming here tomorrow or Wednesday at the latest. Hoping they work well for him. Xxxx
They are rolling it out in April. Care homes first, then over 75’s and those with compromised immunity. I can’t find anything about anyone else.
Thanks Troilus, that will put a lot of people's minds at rest.
starting in april but when ? in apri?i will know when they start as i live the vacc staion and the car park is opposite so get to see all the demand. with long queus of people . i wait tii fewer cars then walk across the road and go in. it is a walk- in one so no problenm booking and no need to phone gp surgery until done to give details. . i have had 6 now .but couldnt get flu jab and eventually a surgery about 15 miles away phoned me and arraanged that . they were sending nurses out to all the patients who hadnt been done in quite a l arge area. . very good .
Campaign start and end date: Visits to care homes should be planned to begin Monday 3 April 2023 and the spring 2023 COVID-19 booster campaign should be planned to formally commence on Monday 17 April 2023 and end on Friday 30 June 2023. In line with JCVI advice the offer of booster vaccinations will cease outside campaigns.
I'm afraid that will leave some of our younger people unvaccinated.
Why vaccinate young people if they don't need/want it !
To protect people like us.
Their is no evidence that vaccinating young people, protect us !
Alberta56 sorry i disagree with that, young people men in particular have been dropping down dead with myocarditas, sportsmen and otherwise thru that jab, it doesnt stop the spread it doesnt stop you getting it and vaxxed people also spread it. youngpeople have a life to live, why should they have to suffer with adverse affects for the duration of their lives. leave them alone, we all have natural killer cells and t cells and b memory cells phagocytes to gobble up the baddies, we all have to be responsible for ourselves.leave the kids alone.
Our five year old grandson remains unvaccinated as our daughter is concerned with side effects. The ten year old has been vaccinated though after he’d had covid twice 🤷♀️xxx
my goodness, i would never get the kids vaxxed up they have natural immune systems, you really should start on some researching. Not yahoo or nhs
There still seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about vaccines and immunity, even after 3 years of pandemic! All vertebrates have both innate and adaptive immune systems. In most children, the innate immune system is very effective (which is why they tend to get very high temperatures when ill, although that can be counter-productive in extreme cases); their adaptive immune system is largely useless because they have not been exposed to many pathogens.
In contrast, adults rely mainly on their adaptive immune systems, which "remember" previous infections and quickly produce antibodies in response; their innate immune systems deteriorate and don't respond as vigorously as children's. SARS-COV-2 (COVID 19) was a novel coronavirus to which very few people (including children) would have natural immunity, and no adult adaptive immune system would have recognised. However, vaccines are designed to prompt the adaptive immune system in response to a COVID infection, thereby providing a shortcut to the otherwise slower innate immune response; this is more important with adults, particularly those whose innate immune response might have been compromised by age or other vulnerability.
The decision to vaccinate children seems to have resulted from a decision to protect vulnerable adults from the spread of COVID through contact with children, particularly with early variants which had mortality rates of 1%, and this was only done after the effects of vaccination on older populations was known; there was also concern that later variants may present an even greater risk to the vulnerable, though that now appears to be less of a concern with Omicron. The NHS came very close to being overwhelmed (hence the Nightingale hospitals), and that seems to have had a knock-on effect on the treatment of other, potentially fatal diseases.
As vaccine rollout has progressed, it seems that the risk of death from the Wuhan strain was 1000 times the risk from the vaccine, though it is now about a fifth of that with Omicron. Also, since the risk/benefit ratio is significantly weighted according to age, it seems sensible to restrict vaccination to those who would benefit most and be less likely to have an adverse reaction (most likely caused by the better innate immune systems of the younger population), which appears to be the current thinking. Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and mistakes have no doubt been made, but I believe it would have been irresponsible not to have "pulled out all the stops" when faced with a pandemic of this nature.
thankyou for that, are you in the medical profession? you may also like to read this
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Dr. McCullough attended Baylor University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1984. He then attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where he studied for his medical degree and graduated in June 1988. Following this, he undertook his residency in internal medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, where he trained for 3 years.¹
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Dr. McCullough joined the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute in Detroit following his fellowship at the Beaumont Hospital, where he remained until 2000. He then moved to Kansas City, Missouri, to serve as Section Chief of Cardiology of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Truman Medical Centers.
After his time in Missouri, Dr. McCullough returned to Michigan to serve as a Consultant Cardiologist at the Beaumont Hospital, and also as Chief, Division of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine Division of Cardiology. In 2010, following his stint at Beaumont Hospital, he was appointed as the Chief Academic and Scientific officer of the St. John Providence Health System, also in Detroit. In 2014, Dr. McCullough joined Baylor University Medical Center as Vice Chief of Internal Medicine. He was also appointed Chief of Cardiovascular Research of the Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute, and Program Director of the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program.²
Dr. McCullough is recognized internationally as a leading figure in the study of chronic kidney disease as a cardiovascular risk state, having over 1,000 publications to his name and over 500 citations in the National Library of Medicine.³ He is also a founder of the Cardio Renal Society of America, which is a group that dedicates itself to bringing cardiologists and nephrologists together to work on the increasing global issue of cardiorenal syndromes. He is the Co-Editor of Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine and is also currently serving as the Chair of the National Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Early Evaluation Program (KEEP), the largest community screening effort for chronic diseases in America.⁴
• 1984: Graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor in Science
• 1988: Graduated with a medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
• 1991: Completed his residency at University of Washington School of Medicine
• 1991: Dr. McCullough begins his period as a medical attending at Mercy Hospital
• 1993: Studies his Masters degree in Public Health at the University of Michigan School of Public Health
• 1994: Begins his fellowship in cardiovascular diseases at the William Beaumont Hospital
• 1997: Joins the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute
• 2000: Appointed to serve as Section Chief of Cardiology of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, Truman Medical Center
• 2002: Made a Consultant Cardiologist and Division Chief of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine at the William Beaumont Hospital
• 2010: Serves as the Chief Academic and Scientific officer of the St. John Providence Health System
• Current: Joined Baylor University Medical Center as Vice Chief of Internal Medicine and Chief of Cardiovascular Research of the Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute
Dr. McCullough received the International Vicenza Award for Critical Care Nephrology for his outstanding work and contribution in the area of cardio-renal syndromes. He has also been a recipient of the Simon Dack Award from the American College of Cardiology, and his works have appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, and other prestigious journals worldwide. He has been an invited lecturer at the New York Academy of Sciences, the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the European Medicines Agency, and the U.S. Congressional Oversight Panel.⁵
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• Coronary Artery Disease
• Chronic Kidney Disease as a Cardiovascular Risk State
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Some people in care homes are already getting them. Then it’s health workers, then the over-75s and the very vulnerable. Then I believe there’s yet another jab to be offered in Autumn. You should leave a gap of at least 3months between jabs.
I would think the very vulnerable, unless they are housebound, would need to be earlier as they are more like to be younger and mingling more.
Ive had a text from my surgery inviting me to make appointment for booster. Rita has too, as my partner. So had a friend with copd in London. It seems very uneven which is so unfair.
Well, at least it’s started. I suppose some health trusts are more organised than others. There seem to be quite a few people who think another jab is OTT & aren’t going to have it. I’m immunosuppressed so only have a limited response to vaccines. Therefore, I’ll take whatever’s offered to me 😊
I'm afraid I won't be having any more, despite the fact I'm vulnerable with Bronchiectasis and Asthma, I had 3 and after the 3rd I got some bad side effects with pain in my chest and left side, I'm honestly not sure about it all at the moment, because having 3 jabs in the the space of a few months never felt right with me, and the more I hear about the lies from the government around the covid period, causes me grave concern, particularly the Hancock lies, and I'm fairly sure the worst is yet to come. I've had covid, which turned to long covid for months, and probably still got it, so I will take my chances, as I know these lying vile politicians, couldn't care less about me, one way or the other !
Yes.. I have only had 3 jabs. Affected my heart for the duration of 2021 & advised not to have any more.I do wonder how effective they are if people have to have 3or 4 a year.
Whilst i don't want to get into the political side of things there comes a time when we have to just get on with our lives without expecting disaster to strike us, be it illness or one of the many other things going on in the world.
True.i just wonder what people dont understand - it WAS a new virus but isnt now!we've been immunized to protect us,as with flu.its been about for 3.5 years.its no longer an emerging threat.we will live with it,as with other common viruses.thats why the WORLD has downscaled it
Hello I'm with you. Had a fourth jab and it changed how my lungs acted. Reported this to consultant and it's been added to my notes. So this booster it firme. I will take advice for winter one though
Not for me that should have said oh!!!
What do you mean it changed how your lungs acted ?
Hi TG my sputum became really thick and bubbly. Not my usual which I'm pleased to say is thin and easy to get up when draining. It's still not really there but it has become easier. Everyone obviously has a different reaction, this is why this forum is so good. We can see other people's reactions to many drugs etc. Hope this helps
TG58 you are not the first person to say this, the evidence of adverse affectes is now really frightening, VITD3 is vital for lung protection and i would have liposomal vitc as well, the story of the new zealand farmer years ago on life support due to swineflu, doctors wanted to switch off hi slife support but his 3 strapping sons were having none of it, the mans lungs were just white out,
the boys got legal help if i remember rightly and the doctors had to give the farmer IV vitc, he moved slightly and the doctors withdrew the vit c so the sons took in altrient vit c and dosed they dad up, he recovered and was back flying his plane, there is altrient vitc and zookie, check the framer out on you tube. cant say i blame you not having another jab.
youtu.be/VrhkoFcOMII I guess this is what you refer to
youtube.com/watch?v=VrhkoFc... try this with the https taken off TG58
it does work, have you disabled your functionality cookies
Yes it works, I watched it, quite incredible watching
i typed out a long message here and never saved it grrrr
i questioned this from day one, i am no denier either i have had it 2x but since i got really really ill 12 years ago, with NO help, i was not going back there! so i wouldnt have it, we have got natural killer cells and b memeory cells and t cells and phagocytes etc to gobble up crap, if people were to research properly first then decide if they want it instead of believing all they hear, - my question was this, we were all isolating by fear of being arrested!
but certain mps were meeting for dinners and traveling,- if it was so bad , how come they didnt worry? perhaps the virus said : hey ministers, you are all exempt!???
when people were allowed to go out in the pub, but the curfew was 10pm?
did the virus say: listen up boozers, i wont attack you if you leave by 10pm but if you are still here at ONE MINUTE after 10- i will pounce on you!
when people were allowed in cafes etc-
YOU MUST wear a mask!
well to protect people as it is in saliva, BUT how do we eat then?
oh, you take the mask off!
so, if the mask comes off, and we eat, doesnt that spread saliva?
well probably but it wont attack you.
because you are eating not talking,
so when i stop eating then, do i have to wear the mask in between mouthfuls? get the picture? we have all been had! Thanks to matt hancok whats app!.
I heard Spring which is pretty much upon us so should be soon.
Yes you really do have to wonder what the hell is going on ! Flu jab lasts a year or over, pneumonia jab lasts 2 years, other jabs I've had for traveling last several years, and then we have covid jab, lasts 3 months, and they want to keep pumping it into you 🤔
Correct. Each time getting different vaccine. AstraZeneca,and Pfizer I had no problem with but Moderna caused me to be unwell. It has to stop and we have to live our life . We were locked in for 2yrs. Time we will never get back.
I dont wear a mask when I go out and see very few wearing them now. Its not normal not seeing peoples faces .
There are other viruses around us but we just have to accept this. The Smallpox scare in the late 50's only one vaccination. xxSheila 💕👍
hi garshe , still had to wear my mask for my recent hospital appointment , staff all wearing them too .
No one wearing at my Hospital nor my Respiratory team. I had appt a month ago for oxygen assessment, no one wearing masks. My husband had appt different hospital in burns and plastic and didnt have to wear mask either. I live in South Wakes so maybe different rules. Keep safe and Good Health xxSheila 💕⚘🥰👍
Hi Morrison10, I have been wondering the same thing too. I had my 6th jab in October so feeling vulnerable again now. I still wear my mask when in crowded areas and careful about handwashing. . Best wishes Marlybee.
I read last week that they are going to start offering it from April to the over 75s and vulnerable but there weren’t any further details.
Freedom of choice if you wish to have it thats ok if not thats ok too
Does it work i dont know neither do they i think
yes they have just started, you have to wait till nhs message
Think you sent this reply to the wrong person. xxSheila
I know they’re planning them now. As usually happens they announce them first and the afterwards tell the vaccination teams to sort it yesterday but they are on their way I believe.
You will know now that it will be from April onwards. Re: people saying they might not have it, the reason to have it would be that the last vaccine will be losing its immunity and will have lost a lot of its effectiveness by then. Hopefully future vaccines are becoming more and more effective. My husband will be in hospital then and I’m wondering whether he will have it there. Our Moderna vaccine didn’t have any side effects last time, luckily.
I had my 6th jab last year,mind you I've had COVID twice since then.
But you are still around to tell the tale Grayjay.😄 Hope that you weren’t too ill with Covid. Best wishes Marlybee.
Thank you, the 2nd time wasn't so bad only lasted for 7 days. Both caught at the local hospital .OK now though fingers crossed.🤞💐
My daughter is a chest physiotherapist at my local hospital and she has told me that covid is on the rise again. Take extra care
Yes, I have heard the same but it never gets a mention now so people are complacent leaving those of us who are vulnerable more so.
Exactly. I understand those who’ve had a particularly bad reaction will want to avoid it, but if too many do that it leaves those with low immunity, or cannot for some reason have the vaccine, in peril. Also I don’t get those who say “it seems too many to me” or “I think they’re too close together”. Well it’s the scientists at JCVI recommending this so we should respect their views, not go by the feelings of laymen, who let’s face it know nothing in comparison
It leaves many of us with a poor quality of life now with many restrictions in an attempt to stay safe. I don't envisage my life ever returning to what I consider normal.
And their are plenty of scientists who won't recommend it, who are far from laymen, but for some reason get shut down, that alone tells me something isn't right !
Spot on TG58 ther are scientists and there are scientists,!! i could put tons of info here but i am caustious, just dont believe all you hear.. and be choosy what you read in MSM.
Yes it seems the government pick and choose who they want, to fit there agendas, and never mind about the real science, as I have said previously, their will be plenty more to come, after the Hancock revelations, I believe his were just the tip of the iceberg, I am in no way a covid denier, as I've had it, but I believe we have been conned to a great extent. What is more worrying is no one will be held accountable, I mean why is Hancock still walking around, at the very least he should be locked up for questioning, but as with all politicians, he will no doubt get away with it !
TG58 we have to believe that these things will all be exposed, it needs to be out there-- Mp andrew bridgen has been shut down for speakingup and he has info,
if you googke him on video, he isnt allowed to speak anywhere else, and hope more people start doing their own resaerch,
proper resaerch and then find out who funds that resaerch, that tells volumnes.... i,e the lancet was the most respected medical journal but not now, it is funded by a certain someone, bmj speaks their mind, good for them, and i would rather trust the bmj than the lancet these days,
however the researching needs to go deep. i questioned all this from day one- we were told to stay isolated, but the early days, mps would be traveling and meeting for dinners, - if it was soooo contagious and so bad WHY were they all mixing?
did the virus say, hey!---i wont jump on to certain ministers?
and the pubs? did the virus say, hey boozers--- i will attack anyone who is sitting down and not standing-- remember that? you can enter the cafes and pubs but dont sit- also did the virus say- hey--i will attack you if you are still in the pub at one minute after 10.30 closing time, if you are all gone by 10.30 i wont attack you!, as if one minute makes any difference!
when people were allowed to eat out, you MUST wear a mask,
but when you eat, you can take it off!- for heavens sake need i say more? i am no covid denier either, i have had it 2 times, i am not great with health but i refused to have it as i didnt want to make myself worse, i know some people are vulnerable but does that jab makes one more vulnerable,?
it is the government' s take on the situation whether you should believe or not. we are finding that out now.
thanks for that warning. I’m mainly house bound, wear mask when go out and my respiratory physio also wears mask when she comes to me. Jean x
It certainly is as Pete, our son and I can testify. Xx
Have the antivirals arrived yet? Also, how are you feeling today? It must be a struggle, feeling rough with covid yourself and trying to look after Pete at the same time. Don’t forget those powdered mustard foot baths, they’ll see you right 😊
Antivirals coming between 1.30 and 8pm. At least Pete can take some tonight. I’m ok thank you and getting better. It’s a weird thing though. Can’t smell anything at the moment.
Thank you for asking after us. Xxx👍😘
I heard the over 75s & care home residents are having them in April.
good day so am i i heard this to i have copd / new moaner in system bronical problems / now being tested for under dyabetes my left eye going dull all the best ghoust rider
It looks like it's all due to start in April. See england.nhs.uk/long-read/pr... which talks about a booster for over 75s so you should hear something next month.
No mention of vulnerable folks other than immunosuppressive conditions, but I suspect the numbers will start to go up as people's immunity drops so, I for one as a 54 Yr old with chronic lung condition will continue to naturally self isolate.
I how you get your jab soon x
I had my seventh jab last December.Never had any reaction to any of them.I just go onto the NHS covid vac website every three months ,give them my NHS number and they say come on down.I have rather advanced copd ,so they never say no...I must have been lucky with the lack of side effects,just shows how different we all are..
I read this week that it will this spring but no date.
I missed my 5th jab due to having Pseudomonas & being on IV antibiotics & steroids for weeks. I rang to make my appointment when I finally felt better & was told that the boosters had finished but that I would be contacted in the Spring.
I went to see my diabetic nurse last week .. and she told me they are doing the boosters next month! As someone who has COPD and Bronchiecstasis I need the booster too. Apparently the diabetes strengthens my need of a booster. I am in Cornwall so hope this helps x
@ no one is anti vax, we have all had old fashioned vaccinations, the problem with these covid jabs is the mRNA, there are numerous specialists who have reported their findings, just a few here DR azeem Malhotra, Dr Peter mc Cullough, Prof Angus Dalgliesh, dr mike yeardon, he was the former Chief scientific adviser for pfizer, DrRobert Malone. people do need to do proper resaerch, not yahoo or nhs guidlines, resaerch the money invested and the winners and losers in this. just be aware . And as for Matt hancok and co, his whats app conversations now all leaked thank goodness,' quote: to an other minister- : when shall we say we have anew varient, that will scare the pants of people and their behaviour will change' wake up people. its allout there.
Dont listen to anyone least of all politicians I decide what I do with my body.
Think you also are replying to wrong person.xxSheila
garshe oh dear so sorry, not sure who i was replying to now, doh! sorry garshe
No problem I stay neutral best way. Take care xxSheila 💕⚘
I find it amazing that people are talking about the 6th jab, it seems to me like it's becoming normal medication, 6 jabs in 2 years, when will it stop, this can't be good for our natural immune systems, 3 jabs within less than a year 😩😩
I think this link supplies the information you're after:
I read on another site invitations sent out from 7th April
Just been reading through the posts in this thread.
Total U.K. deaths 218,240
Deaths in the last 7 days 388
Daily hospital admissions 1189
Just so you are aware.
there were other deaths even car crashe deaths listed down as covid, just be aware of what you read and believe.
Not quite true. They have two categories. Deaths by covid and deaths with covid on the death certificate but not as cause of death. Just be aware of what you read and believe.
Troilus oh dont you worry, i am VERY aware! VERY AWARE of what has gone on, what is planned, what was planned and what is still going on!! make sure you are aware of what you read hear!
You are entitled to your views and opinions as am I.
I always find your posts well-informed and sensible, and you explain your views coherently too 😊
ok we’ll agree to disagree but sorry you lost a dear friend. I do know that our daughter has a bad reaction to the vaccine so she may not want another one. Everyone has their opinion on vaccines and covid and that’s fine.
Enjoy your day. I’m looking after Pete and hoping he doesn’t get too sick with covid. Waiting for the antivirals tomorrow or Wednesday. Feeling a bit drained myself but we’ll get through.
sassy59 make sure you take vit d3 and vit c, these normal supplements can help, i am assuming pete is your husband and has been jabbed and now is sick? if antivirals were given out in the first place a lot of people wouldnt have been so ill, that is why we have a naturally functionally immune system. wish him well. p.s powdered mustard in a foot bath with hot water, 2 oor 3 tablespoons, may help chest.
Thank you we take vitamin D and will invest in vitamin C too. Yes Pete is my husband who has COPD among other health issues. We’re both fully vaccinated but our son, also vaccinated, tested positive on Friday.
Take care and stay safe and well. Xxx
one thing I don't understand about the vaccine is that due to my wife's condition, she has to have the jab. but I don't get called in. since I had my 3rd one about May 2022
My feelings about this is "What if I was to go out and find myself around many people without masks on and come talking to me? What would happen to my wife if I go home and not realise that I have caught it.
I don't want it, and REALLY do not hang about with people who may catch it off someone within that group. I would be beside myself if that happened. Yes, my wife is poorly, and I love her absolutely loads.
Any advice anyone?
Thanks in advance
You’re such a romantic 💘 But it’s lovely, and I get it, of course you don’t want to pass it onto your wife. In your shoes, I’d go with her to her next jab, explain the situation and ask if you can have another one, to protect her. I can’t see why that would be a problem, as it’s so long since your last one. In fact one member the other day said her partner is offered one for that very reason.
Hi I've had my 6th in Oct I think it was.
i had my number six covid jab last sept 2022 - i am 76 & live in suffolk also have copd & lung cancer expecting call soon for number 7 !
Wishing you well too
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I haven't heard anything. They seem to be acting as if covid has gone away.
Sadly covid is here to stay!
We just have to be sensible and hope we avoid it.