I saw this morning that you can get the new booster whether you’ve had one or two boosters already. I will discuss it with my doctor next month.
Ok thanks. I assumed that but hadn’t read anything yet. I got the 2nd booster in July but I’m not at high risk of being exposed either.New NACI guidelines came this week that recommends 168 days between doses of Covid vaccine and also waiting 168 days from a Covid infection and getting a Covid vaccine.
Links? I’ve had no boosters and never been stopped but I’m not a college student.Hopefully these boosters work a bit better than the last boosters....
I had hoped we were past the point of "live and let live" with regard to one's personal choices on C19 protection, but sadly I'm skeptical given that some U.S. universities and other liberal bastions are already requiring boosters that aren't even available. It's a good reminder to the freedom-minded among us that we need to continue to single-issue vote against social segregation, discrimination on C19 vaccine status, and any kind of continued C19 restrictions.
The article I posted on the previous page--post #20,819--discusses that possibility. I don't remember exactly what it says, except I think it mentions that if you have been infected within the past two months, you may wish to get your booster a bit later. Anyway, it does address the question.Has anyone seen any guidance on distance from Covid infection for the booster in the US?
There was talk about that, the official recommendation seems to have come out as 2 months out from previous booster.I think 4 months out from a previous booster OR infection is the guidance.
The Community colleges in CA require you to be vaccinated and get all the boosters you are eligible for. So not ones that don't exist yet. And there are exceptions for medical reasons and religious reasons. But you have to have them on file. You can't just declare it when questioned.Links? I’ve had no boosters and never been stopped but I’m not a college student.
Just recently I saw fans saying that figure skating "oppression" is like apartheid. I wonder if this or that is the worse take. Surely people taking precautions against death being compared to "social segregation" and "discrimination" is up there?It's a good reminder to the freedom-minded among us that we need to continue to single-issue vote against social segregation, discrimination on C19 vaccine status, and any kind of continued C19 restrictions.
Almost 100% masking here in Japan inside and outside in 30 degree heat and no one is throwing hissy fits about it. Amazing what a culture of consideration can be like.
I see my post triggered you despite no mention of you at all. I guess these are the times we live in when having consideration for others is a bad thing, where being kind to others gets you accused of virtue signalling as if having virtue is not something we are supposed to possess.Where we agree is that masking is a cultural choice. You say culture of consideration (to whom - certainly not the deaf or hard of hearing, among others); I say culture of at times dangerous repression of the individual, conformity at all costs, distrust, and adherence to ridiculous overengineered rules.
I fully respect Japan's ability to do whatever it wants. It's a lovely country to visit (or it used to be), but I have no desire to ever live like the Japanese or adopt Japanese culture or ways of living. I'm thankful to live in a country where virtually no one (< 1%) chooses to wear a mask, and where politicians of the ruling party have made it clear that mandatory masking won't be coming back, no matter what.