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  1. test1
    I been vaccinated fully for 3 weeks now. Still testing weekly for my job. Hope everyone is doing well. My future father in law has been in the hospital since Jan 12th with covid and double pneumonia. He is finally feeling better as he is only requiring 4 L o2. Supposed to get married May 8th at the church and moved the reception to October 8th figured it gives more times for peeps to be vaccinated. Oh and I got phizer.
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  2. test1
    Arm soreness is not unique to the Covid vaccine BTW. Any intramuscular shot will give you arm soreness. My yearly flu shot which is also intramuscular also gives me arm soreness.
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  3. test1
    I folded I have an appointment on Saturday at the local Walgreens. Moderna
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  4. test1
    Ever since my parents got the first shot the 5G signals in my area have gotten stronger and dad has started talking like a robot. I am a little worried
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  5. test1
    Got the first shot of the Pfizer vaccine Sunday. Had a fever and fatigue Monday and Tuesday. Fun stuff looking forward to the second shot.
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  6. test1
    Just got the vaccine Arm feeling sore right now
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    Also: According to MDHHS, 246 people have had a positive test 14 or more days after receiving their second dose of the vaccine as of the end of March. The people who have tested positive have been asymptomatic or have had milder symptoms compared to unvaccinated people. Translation: The vaccine is working exactly as intended.
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  8. test1
    Great news 99.98% success-rate. No one was expecting 100% success.
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  9. test1
    If GFS and GEFS have it correct we are in for a meeting, cooler, wet stretch. End of run is just painful and a rewind of last year. Blocking in all 3 domains - EPO, AO, NAO with a PNA spike over the timeframe. My son in Penn State said they have a wet mix in the forecast for next Thursday timeframe.
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  10. test1
    I'm going to get the vaccine tonight. Walgreens called and said we can get it tonight instead of tomorrow
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  11. test1
    My next phase of reopening is here...
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  12. test1
    I think we’ll be in a great spot regardless in 30 days. it’s inevitable. just sucks that so many people need to die between now and then because people can’t hang on for three more weeks.
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  13. test1
    You might see one of these roaming the streets of NYC soon... Context:
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  14. test1
    hey guys! got vaccinated with some friends on Friday in PA and thankfully only experienced some arm soreness and tiredness expected to get the second dose in a few weeks i’m optimistic that we’ll be in a good place by May/June. we’re doing a great job vaccinating the population
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  15. test1
    They really are doing a disservice to all of us by highlighting the most fantastical parts of the story. “all vaccines in the US prevent severe disease after 6 weeks 100% of the time” is just not sexy enough.
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  16. test1
    Got my second shot today - Pfizer.. So far, my arm is sore. We'll see what happens over the next day or two. NY's numbers appear to be getting slightly better. We'll see what happens...
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  17. test1
    Got the first Moderna shot Friday, Saturday was awful. 101 fever, but what was really the worst was the fatigue and the muscle aches. It was a struggle just to get up. Today was great, just some arm pain that gets better every passing hour. I was actually happy to get these symptoms, feels nice knowing the Vax is working.
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  18. test1
    I feel alot better this morning I had 12 hours of sleep Headache and chills went away My arm is still sore
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  19. test1
    yeah it’s no picnic for some. You got this
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  20. test1
    I will post proof when I get the card since people will probably not believe me. I want to make sure my mom is safe and of course want to go to many events.
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  21. test1
    yeah dude! I don't mean this to sound patronizing but proud of you, your'e doing the right thing.
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  22. test1
    right but the people most vulnerable to the new variant seem to be in their 30’s and 40’s . Im sure we’ll see a big drop off once we hit 50% vaxxed. We probably won this race by a hair, but just a hair.
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  23. test1
    Highest rate of hospitalization increases are among people in their 30’s and 40’s. No bueno. Thankfully vaccines still work among the variants, but there’s no doubt that surge 4 is here and we may peak higher with hospitalizations and deaths than we did in 2020. Those people in the stadium above are literally insane. Most selfish human beings in the world. How many people are they going to spread this to? https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/05/us/michigan-covid-surge-patients-variants/index.html
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  24. test1
    yeah paid attendance and actual attendance are often two very different #'s.
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  26. test1
    Nice look for January and February
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  27. test1
    People just view the title and then decide not to take the vaccine. All bullshit.
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  28. test1
    I'd love to see that I just think it's going to take til mid summer
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  29. test1
    We could potentially see a few inches of rain late week although we have seen some instances where the models have been overdone precipitation wise so we'll see. Hopefully this holds.
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  30. test1
    I'm back to work after feeling like crap yesterday. Soreness is going away.
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  31. test1
    Folding is not the right word - well done man
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  32. test1
    LOL true. I got my 2nd shot Tues (PFE) no side effects outside a sore arm like the first shot.
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  33. test1
    i don’t see a way they keep the House.
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  34. test1
    I remember the days when the GW was $4 to cross and I thought that was expensive. With EZ pass I don't even really see what it is, but I think it's discounted to $12. Cash price is $16 for eastbound passage-nothing westbound.
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    On this date in 1982, a blizzard brought widespread heavy snow to New York City into New England. This time around, springlike warmth prevailed. As a result of today's warmth, Central Park now has a monthly anomaly of 0.5° above normal. New York City finished winter 2020-21 with 38.6" snow. That was New York City's 39th highest seasonal figure on record. Over the past 30 winters, New York City has averaged 30.3" of snow. Newark's final snowfall figure of 45.7" ranked 14th highest. Over the past 30 winters, Newark has averaged 32.4" of snow. Philadelphia's fi
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  36. test1
    Your vaccination report as NYS goes for all adults 16+...
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  37. test1
    Make sense-this group is largely unvaccinated right now.... I'd doubt we peak higher with hospitalizations and deaths simply b/c most of the most vulnerable people (age 60 and up) are vaccinated and the vaxx #'s overall are climbing by 3-4 million a day-I think we see a steep drop off within 4 weeks....Israel noted big drop off once they got to 40-50% vaccinated
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  38. test1
    Oh I know that, I am just giving the stats. Seen that plenty of times at MSG for knicks games, since we have had season tickets for over 40 years.
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  39. test1
    Attendance was 38,238. Capacity is 40k, so 96% of seats filled per ESPN boxscore.
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  40. test1
    My parents were vaccinated a couple days ago with the Pfizer dose. I will take the vaccine soon. All they had was tiredness for a few hours and odd behavior.
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  41. test1
    New York Starting today,movie theatres, bowling alleys, pool halls, gyms, and fitness centers will all be allowed to stay open past 11 pm.
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  42. test1
    if people like you that are high risk and public-facing get vaccines, it will save lives, conserve resources, and speed up the return to normalcy.
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  43. test1
    OK I’ll say it .Where was this in January
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  44. test1
    Another winner out there today. Current temp 68
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  45. test1
    8pm and the state must still be on Easter Break as no testing data - aside from what Cuomo tweeted - is available. My data report currently looks like this.
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  46. test1
    Just got a flurry here in the poconos...
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