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Sep 25, 2010
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IJN":239chfdn said:
I'm on tomorrow Martyn, does that mean we'll get the fainters in? :greensmile:

Probably :shock: ,

I am also in again tomorrow, (first shift), hope it is busier, can’t get any quieter. Perhaps they will all have hangovers ?
 
Sep 25, 2010
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pedro91":1wqubzfo said:
Any busier on Sunday?

Nope, just the same as Saturday.

Shame really, all the NHS staff was geared up, and ready.

Maybe have to question, whether to hold this, over a weekend, when the over 18’s probably had other things to do, rather have a jab.

Also let to believe 1,000,000 have ‘booked’, an appointment, nationwide
 
May 8, 2011
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Martyn":3jqkbo8z said:
pedro91":3jqkbo8z said:
Any busier on Sunday?

Nope, just the same as Saturday.

Shame really, all the NHS staff was geared up, and ready.

Maybe have to question, whether to hold this, over a weekend, when the over 18’s probably had other things to do, rather have a jab.

Also let to believe 1,000,000 have ‘booked’, an appointment, nationwide

Perhaps as lots seem to have booked appointments they thought they should keep to their allotted space and shouldn’t just turn up and maybe queue for hours.
 

IJN

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Nov 29, 2012
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That may have been it.

I pulled out of my shift yesterday, apparently it was brain numbingly boring. I dodged a bullet there.

Back to normal today, a booking day so should be a lot busier.
 
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Martyn":17lg59s3 said:
pedro91":17lg59s3 said:
Any busier on Sunday?

Nope, just the same as Saturday.

Shame really, all the NHS staff was geared up, and ready.

Maybe have to question, whether to hold this, over a weekend, when the over 18’s probably had other things to do, rather have a jab.

Also let to believe 1,000,000 have ‘booked’, an appointment, nationwide

Aren't they the generation that claims to have "lost out" more than the rest of us ?

Obviously not that bovvered ;)
 

IJN

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Nov 29, 2012
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Far far lower than you’d think. Near zero I’d imagine.

They tread very carefully towards the end of the day and always have done.
 

IJN

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Most of the youngies have been done and it’ll be a few weeks before their second dose is due.

I’d suggest anyone without an AZ second dose takes advantage of the next advertised walk in for that vaccine when it’s advertised.

It wouldn’t amaze me if people have to travel a fair way after the end of July for that one to be administered.
 

IJN

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Nov 29, 2012
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I think the next one is July 3rd but that will be only for Moderna. :thumbup:

••Edited to add•• Sorry John, I've just read your post. :oops:
 

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Feb 20, 2011
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Argyleloyal87":29fbxbvc said:
Millions of people most vulnerable to COVID-19 are set to be offered a COVID booster vaccine from September to increase their protection ahead of winter.


https://news.sky.com/story/millions-set ... y-12345816

And, I think you'll find Argyle will soon be the main vaccination centre in Plymouth - operating until end of the "booster programme"
 
May 8, 2011
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pedro91":2wkgo1vy said:
Not very busy again this morning

Based on the number of vaccinations being done across all 4 nations it looks like supply is limited this week.