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I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13

 
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I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
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Stupid is as stupid does.
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Fuckin hell OP.
Winter is Coming.
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04/18/2022 11:16 PM
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
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I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
You need to travel like a Mexican does to get into the US.

None of them are vaxxed.
When you are afraid of losing your life, you have already lost your life.

Don't be afraid.
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And also, Novavax uses sub unit protein technology, the same kind of technology that has been used for decades in vaccines like Hepatitis B. It injects the spike protein, it's not an mRNA vaccine. It doesn't make your cells build the spike protein
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
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I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
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Why would you want to leave the liftlock city?
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wow. and this is supposedly one of the "classic" style of vaccine. no mrna, dead vaccine cells or whatever.
Unvaxxed because fuck you
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04/18/2022 11:49 PM
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Its depopulation idiot.... every single thing they inject you with is going to kill you now.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82168279


I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
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Enjoy your SNAKE VENOM

better get on some ZINC HCQ NAC, etc.

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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
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If you wanted to tell us you're an idiot ..... you did it. If you have multiplied ..... it's worrying. If you haven't done it and you're going to ... castrate yourself....s226
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
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I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79467831


They have you caged like rats in your own country? You can’t leave without a covid vax?

Wow.

Them’s fighting words.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
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If you wanted to tell us you're an idiot ..... you did it. If you have multiplied ..... it's worrying. If you haven't done it and you're going to ... castrate yourself....s226
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Very civil of you.
If you get bit by a rabid animal and choose not to get the rabies shot within 48 hours, please swing back here when the symptoms start to let us know who's the idiot.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82168279


I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79467831


They have you caged like rats in your own country? You can’t leave without a covid vax?

Wow.

Them’s fighting words.
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That's correct, impossible to leave the country without it.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
Sounds like when I had the actual virus in November…
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
Because of the Canadian Gov??
They won't let you leave??
Or is it the destination?
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
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imagine injecting a unknown substance for a non existing virus and then finding out no country even accepts novavax as an acceptable vax to enter their country LOL
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
Because of the Canadian Gov??
They won't let you leave??
Or is it the destination?
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The Canadian government doesn't allow Canadians to leave Canada without a vaccine passport, wether it's by air, land or sea. Some exceptions apply, like a religious exemption I think, but I don't know the how that religous exemption is obtained. I didn't want the mrna vaccine (for two valid reasons), that's why I waited for Novavax which is a sub-unit protein vaccine, similar to tried and tested vaccines, such as the Hepatitis B vaccine.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79467831



imagine injecting a unknown substance for a non existing virus and then finding out no country even accepts novavax as an acceptable vax to enter their country LOL
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Novavax has been approved in Europe, Australia, and other countries. It's also recognized in the USA for incoming travellers.
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You in canada or romania?
Your mind is an ocean of potential.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79467831



imagine injecting a unknown substance for a non existing virus and then finding out no country even accepts novavax as an acceptable vax to enter their country LOL
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79357950


Novavax has been approved in Europe, Australia, and other countries. It's also recognized in the USA for incoming travellers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79467831


And imagine not researching facts then realizing they're publically made available for everyone to see. Nuvaxovid is not an unknown substance, the ingredients are public. Covid exists, it nearly killed someone I know.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
why?
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I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
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BummerI've got proof of vaccination and haven't been to a doctor in 5 years or had an injection of any kind in 5 years. Taking an experimental drug to escape your country seems rather counterintuitive does it not?
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WOW ... if you got that kind of reaction to Novavax then the real thing would have really floored you. Be sure to get your second shot since your body definitely does NOT like the spike protein.

I was in the Novavax trial and had none of your symptoms. A slight tingling at the injection site for a day, nothing else, for the first shot. For the second shot starting about 2 days later my temp dropped about 1 degree c, 2 f, for 2 days (no fever), and I did sleep a bit more for about a week but nothing outrageous.

I am now in the booster trial (got my booster in Jan) and NO symptoms except a little tenderness at the injection site for 2 days.

The Novavax vaccine seems to be a broader spectrum vaccine compared to the mRNA's (ie: has held up really well in protecting against all the variants so far) AND apparently is of a longer duration too (ie: doesn't wear off in just 4 months or so). I am hoping it is good for life in fact ... and it may well be since it was designed to work in the body like a traditional vaccine NOT like an mRNA.

When I volunteered for the booster trial and went in they told me that NOBODY in the US in the trial who had gotten the original shot had yet to be hospitalized .... and if my experience during the original trial looking around at the others in the trial when I was getting my shots was similar to the rest of the country there were a LOT of seriously co-morbidity people in our trial.

I have some friends who are still holding out waiting on Novavax ... but it STILL has NOT been approved in the US. Not sure why since every other industrialized country in the world except Russia and China have now approved it. They are beyond disappointed and still staying away from everyone because they aren't vaccinated yet. (they didn't /don't want to risk an mRNA shot) Maybe May for the US? Who knows anymore.

Thanks for your report.
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wow. and this is supposedly one of the "classic" style of vaccine. no mrna, dead vaccine cells or whatever.
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These are all listed potential side effects, nothing unexpected, except for the extreme sleepiness I felt for a part of the day today.
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WOW ... if you got that kind of reaction to Novavax then the real thing would have really floored you. Be sure to get your second shot since your body definitely does NOT like the spike protein.

I was in the Novavax trial and had none of your symptoms. A slight tingling at the injection site for a day, nothing else, for the first shot. For the second shot starting about 2 days later my temp dropped about 1 degree c, 2 f, for 2 days (no fever), and I did sleep a bit more for about a week but nothing outrageous.

I am now in the booster trial (got my booster in Jan) and NO symptoms except a little tenderness at the injection site for 2 days.

The Novavax vaccine seems to be a broader spectrum vaccine compared to the mRNA's (ie: has held up really well in protecting against all the variants so far) AND apparently is of a longer duration too (ie: doesn't wear off in just 4 months or so). I am hoping it is good for life in fact ... and it may well be since it was designed to work in the body like a traditional vaccine NOT like an mRNA.

When I volunteered for the booster trial and went in they told me that NOBODY in the US in the trial who had gotten the original shot had yet to be hospitalized .... and if my experience during the original trial looking around at the others in the trial when I was getting my shots was similar to the rest of the country there were a LOT of seriously co-morbidity people in our trial.

I have some friends who are still holding out waiting on Novavax ... but it STILL has NOT been approved in the US. Not sure why since every other industrialized country in the world except Russia and China have now approved it. They are beyond disappointed and still staying away from everyone because they aren't vaccinated yet. (they didn't /don't want to risk an mRNA shot) Maybe May for the US? Who knows anymore.

Thanks for your report.
 Quoting: Midwest Skeptic 82248180


You're welcome.
I had covid earlier last year and it did floor me so you're right, my body doesn't like the spike protein I guess!
As for the cramping I felt, I can't know for sure if the vaccine caused it. All the other side effects I felt are documented as normal and to be expected. I was hoping I wouldn't have any at my first shot, because I read side effects might be more intense on the second shot.
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I had the Novavax as a booster after having 2 Pfizer Jabs, not even pain at the injection site so I'm hoping I got some saline. Still lethargic from the Pfizer jabs though and feeling depressed even though I have absolutely nothing to be depressed about. No debt, good savings, work and job is good but still having the feeling of impending doom worse than ever!
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why?
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I need to get out of the country, and I need proof of vaccination for that.
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Enjoy your SNAKE VENOM

better get on some ZINC HCQ NAC, etc.

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More like moth and tree venom...

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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
30 minutes after receiving the vaccine, I had shoulder pain at the injection site. Couldn't sleep on that shoulder for 2 days. The pain decreased over the next few days. 5 days later, all pain is gone. I never experienced a fever.

Day of the injection, I felt tired. I didn't sleep well that, night. I had fragmented sleep, waking up every couple of hours

Day 2, I was tired, low appetite, general malaise. That evening my temperature was 37.4, about 1 degree Celsius above my usual baseline temp. I slept better that night.

Day 3, I felt a bit of dizziness, but my appetite improved. I was still tired, and still feeling crappy. I had these weird cramps or spasms in my left lower chest, right where the ribcage begins, that lasted about 10 seconds and occured every minute or so. This regular cramping lasted for about 24 hours.
Temperature that evening was back to my normal 36.5. I slept okay, but I had night sweats.

Day 4, I was feeling a lot better. No more malaise, but still a bit tired. Diziness was gone, but I started having some slight headaches that evening.

Day 5. (today). When I woke I felt very tired. I just wanted to go back to bed, but I had just slept about 10 hours so I forced myself to stay awake. For the next 6 hours, I was fighting to stay awake, it felt like an episode of hypersomnia, it felt like my brain was going to shut down on me. I took an hour nap in the afternoon, and it was like I hadn't slept at all. It was a bit unsettling, I never felt this kind of intense sleepiness, it felt as if I took a strong sleeping pill. I finally took a tylenol at 3h30pm because I was starting to get pounding headaches.

I started feeling more alert around supper time, and now I feel more like myself, but still a bit tired.
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It caused me severe dizziness for a week. It took a month for it to entirely clear up.
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Re: I was one of the first 15 Canadians to receive the Novavax vaccine in Peterborough on April 13
ALL Novavax posts have always been propaganda. How do you forget how this was all exposed just weeks ago?





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