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    • #21430
      Mary Beth Skylis
      Moderator

      My Dad (diagnosed in 2013) was quick to get vaccinated when they became available. He worried about being hospitalized if he were to contract the virus. And he hopes to continue staying vaccinated for as long as possible. But I know some people still feel skeptical about the vaccine and subsequent boosters. Will you take the Covid-19 booster when it becomes available?

    • #21589
      Barry Block
      Participant

      I will have no hesitation, The odds of a PD patient being hospitalized or dying are at least four times greater that of a non-PD patient! Res Ipsa Loquitur!

    • #21594
      UMAKANT PANCHOLI
      Participant

      I will take the covid booster when it is made available ( some time in September with the flu jab in the U.K.)

      • #21657
        Ann Marie
        Participant

        Would  you have the reference where a PD patient has four times greater risk of dying or being hospitalized as you stated in your post? I would like to read it.

      • #22242
        UMAKANT PANCHOLI
        Participant

        I have had my booster on 1st October. I did not get any reactions. The first two doses were Astrazeneca vaccine and the booster jab was from Pfizer vaccine.

    • #21598
      Denise
      Participant

      Definitely take the booster. Nothing can be as bad as Covid 19.

    • #21646
      Sherri
      Participant

      Absolutely

    • #21654
      Jo S.
      Participant

      Sherri stole my answer (just kidding, Sherri!). My reply: Unequivocally YES, with no hesitation! I’d sign up for it today if I could!

    • #21658
      Larry Rice
      Participant

      Of course! Please note that my major was in an offshoot of microbiology and that I took graduate level virology. After what I learned in my coursework and what I saw living in a poor country where most could not afford vaccines, I am sure you’d be out if your mind if you didn’t get it.

    • #21659
      Ann Marie
      Participant

      I have been vaccinated.  I also have a degree in organismic biology and Medical Science .  I just wanted to read the study based on your statement.  😊

    • #21672
      Barbara
      Participant

      Yes! (Because it.works.)

       

    • #21683
      Marla Wise
      Participant

      Absolutely!

    • #21685
      Bill Keller
      Participant

      I took my 3rd shot of the Moderna vaccine on Monday.  I was anxious to get because I had ZERO antibodies after the first 2 shots.  PD is an autoimmune disease and I think we should be very active in determining if the vaccine is working or not.

       

    • #21687
      Phil Gattis
      Participant

      yes

    • #22234
      Denise
      Participant

      I have already had the booster, I suffered a reaction and was extremely ill for two days and thought that if this was a reaction how bad Covid 19 must be and despite the reaction which took 5 days for me to get over I am so glad I had the booster and am feeling really well now. Denise

      • #22255
        Mary Beth Skylis
        Moderator

        Denise, I had the same thought. If the vaccine can cause a reaction like that, do I really want to experience the full-blown virus?

    • #22298
      Marlyne Wilder
      Participant

      I had both Pfizer vaccines, the Pfizer booster, and will definitely get the next Pfizer booster when it becomes available next year!   I had no ill effects with any of the vaccines.

    • #22310
      Sandy
      Participant

      Yes, my husband went for the booster without any hesitation!

    • #22312
      Beth T Browne
      Participant

      I not only have Parkinson’s, but I have a leaky heart valve, a partial collapsed lung, and an esphogus problem affecting my eating.  I knew with the lung issue I had to get the vaccine and I did in March.  I am going tomorrow for the booster.

      • #22326
        Mary Beth Skylis
        Moderator

        Wow, Beth. It sounds like you have a lot of scary and difficult things to manage. I hope you’re feeling supported! I know I’ll get the booster when the time comes for me, too.

    • #22321
      Don Harris
      Participant

      At this stage I think being ‘fully vaccinated’ means having 2 jabs but with efficacy of a booster it proably will be a requirement in future to meet the fully vaccinated criterion. To answer your question, yes I will have it as soon as 6 months have elapsed since my second jab.

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