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Yep... I will need a third dose...

... But, not until next February if they follow guidelines - so, I'm now wondering... is it worth it???

Come February, we should already be through the worst of the winter peaks that we are expecting - and I'm not particularly keen on suffering through this a third time if I can help it. I learned with my second dose that I'm not a fan of the side effects that I went through.
Elessar · 26-30, M
From what I've understood, the third dose is purposefully delayed by a certain number of months from the second in order to maximize the antibodies production (and prevent existing antibodies from neutralising the mimicked protein); especially in countries where the delay between the first two doses was short (3-4 weeks) and in groups more at risk.

If I'll be offered a third I'll take it. I've suffered from asthma already, not a fan of the suffocating in land experience that covid is prone to give. Nor of persistent brain fog, chronic fatigue syndrome, et similia.
Blythe · F
My side effects after the second shot were really bad, but I'm getting a booster in Jan. It's hard to commit to feeling bad in order to not feel even worse, but I'm gonna do it.

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