So, according to an online vaccine calculator, based on a million a week getting the jab, this is when I can expect to get vaccinated:
Based on your profile, there are between 12,305,865 and 18,074,125 people in front of you in the queue for a COVID vaccine across the UK.
Given a vaccination rate of 1,000,000 a week and an uptake of 70.6%, you should expect to receive your two doses of vaccine and be fully protected by between 24/06/2021 and 13/09/2021.
INJECT IT INTO MY VEINS.
I mean, the question is whether you're more afraid of getting COVID (and PASSING IT ON) or whether you're more worried about potential side-effects of a COVID vaccine, isn't it? I know where I land on that one.
My friend works at a doctor's surgery and has offered to get me in sooner if possible. I feel guilty so not sure I can accept.
She works at the surgery offering vaccs. Last clinic they had they sent letters to everyone who was eligible but some didn't turn up. They couldn't let the vaccs go to waste so they let staff and family members have themWhat do they do? I'd be surprised if they could unless it can be well justified. Or at least they would be in serious trouble if it was discovered.
Yeah I guess. It just seems a bit unfair that is get it but others needing more might not.
Hopefully everyone needing it will attend tho!
RACHEY - HAVE THE VACCINE AS SOON AS YOU ARE ABLE TO!She works at the surgery offering vaccs. Last clinic they had they sent letters to everyone who was eligible but some didn't turn up. They couldn't let the vaccs go to waste so they let staff and family members have them