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My mother is about to get her 3rd booster, 5th shot. The bivalent just became available recently, and although they recommend waiting six months after your most recent dose, she is very immunocompromised, so she only has to wait 3 (it's been 4 months since her last one, though).     

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As of Sunday, fully vaccinated with Pfizer.  Yesterday, a had a sore, arm, headache and low fever.  Today, I'm fine.

gotta cut this out. Its now an endemic virus with actually pretty benign outcomes if you are able to be vaxxed.

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On 9/22/2022 at 12:02 PM, Wilfrid said:

Got my fourth booster shot Monday. Tuesday: sore arm. No other symptoms at all.

One of my co-workers went down with it and has been out all week. (We work remotely.)

Got it yesterday. As bad as the previous one but my advil strategy continues to improve.

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Got fourth + flu right before yom kippur. Somehow no side effects of either except a slight malaise (which just as likely from not eating...though I do drink water). Figured I wouldn't be going to office or exercising anyway! The third one kicked my a&&, so this was a pleasant surprise. 

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Only member of the family with a fourth booster, only one to have any normal covid symptoms (still, super minor flu-ishness that resolved in two days). So does anyone actually know if there's any chance that one is continuous if you're still throwing positive tests 5 days after symptoms resolved?

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2 hours ago, Tubbs said:

does anyone actually know if there's any chance that one is continuous 

Quantum field theory says no. 

As for the covid thing, the test detects virus fragments which can linger for a very long while, so it's not a good indication of whether you're contagious. 

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