I just got my fourth shoot of Covid-19 Vaccination. I got the email from BC government in Oct. 2022. It said I was allowed to book my vaccination for my age group.

I took three Covid-19 vaccination before.

  • The first dose was on May 17, 2021.
  • The second dose was on July 15, 2021.
  • The third dose was on Jan 14, 2022.

All three doses are Pfizer mRNA.

In the summer of 2022, I got covid from nowhere.  A fever for one day, and I took Tylenol for the fever.  My throat was sore for about a week. The cough is about almost one month. I just took Cepacol with different flavors.

I took a test every two days with Covid-19 anti-gen kits. I got positive results for 7 days.

So, when I got the email notice, I thought I recover from Covid-19. I should get the vaccination later. At least six months.

So, I booked the vaccine today afternoon. I got the shoot. The nurse told me I can take Modena if I want. I prefer the Pfizer mRNA. In total, I  got four Pfizer mRNA vaccination.

This time, it is Pfizer mRNA bivalent covid-19 booster.

What does bivalent vaccine mean?
“Bivalent” COVID-19 vaccines target 2 strains of the COVID-19 virus: the original strain and an Omicron strain. The virus that causes COVID-19 has evolved over time, and some of these changes have created new variants of concern.
When I am home I feel my arm with the shoot is sore and nothing else. The follow-up email is coming with the VaccinationAftercare.
The ImmunizeBC has most of the information for Vaccination. I believe it may help you in one way.
Update on 2023/1/10, On the second day, I am much more uncomfortable in my muscle and joints. After two nights’ sleep, I am OK now.

David Yin

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