mr1precision wrote:Here in Mass the prisons got thier shots first.
http://www.bostonherald.com/news/region ... id=1204807
jeromemsn wrote:I realize that the propaganda machine is going full tug on this but I'm telling you get the shot and have a little peace of mind. If not for you but for another.
Do you really think the prisoners were first come on get real, every person that works in government from judges on up have all had the shot long before we had a chance at it. Come on take care of your self and others you are around. I bet that a lot of the people that "say" they haven't have, nothing like keeping the machine running.
I got it and feel fine. Wife got it she feels fine and she has had the breast cancer shuffle for 3 yrs and not up to snuff yet. Yep I know it's tough to be a man and go get a shot but you can do it and still be a man, my two are still hangin. Get the dang shot so we can keep having a few laughs together.
Freddy wrote:Here in Maine the H1N1 vacine is in short supply. Some school kids are getting the shot, but there's not enough. Even the high risk groups have not all had their shot. The governor decided school kids come before pregnant people. We have a couple of schools that have 50% called in sick. I think the paper said 30% of those tested have the H1N1. I'm in line to get a shot, but it doesn't look like I'll have one for at least another month.
jeromemsn wrote:Wow jpete sorry I offended you. I was only trying to point out that the shot has not hurt me in any way....you know any way......sorry. I really can't imagine all the fuss though about this shot. We take our kids to get vaccinations all the time for a multitude of deceases, and we ourselves carry a scar on our arm that shows yes we have been vaccinated. And besides at my age if I go no big loss but if I can stop a kid from getting it from me then hey I won the game.
I will be enrolling in a writing class to better learn how to express myself.
Sorry again jpete.
jpete wrote:Freddy wrote: We have a couple of schools that have 50% called in sick. I think the paper said 30% of those tested have the H1N1. I'm in line to get a shot, but it doesn't look like I'll have one for at least another month.
The test costs between $300-$500 and takes 2 weeks to get a result. What's the total number of people they tested to come up with that 30% figure? 10?
Don't believe the hype......
mikeandgerry wrote: That is what they are treating me for but they are not verifying with testing.
jpete wrote:He was good for 3 days and now has a croupy cough and a 100.5 temp. Took him back to the doctor for some tests and an x-ray. Nothing so far but we're keeping an eye on him.
As long as you got the Tamiflu on board within 48 hrs, you should feel good quickly. It's what happens a few days from now that gets dicey. Keep an eye on yourself and get better soon.