The 9am figures not disclosed yet?

Laughing

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I, like most of the old folks on here have had both my jabs. The second one made me ill for 36 hours. It was awful, though to be fair it was given on top of a cold, which probably exacerbated the ill feeling.
 

Jostler

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Booked in for Saturday at the Riverside and second is 28th August (feels like ages away!), the site was very glitchy this morning, a lot of going back and refreshing. Just hope I'm not worse for wear for the England game.
I had my first Pfizer a couple of weeks ago and no side effects at all thankfully apart from mild dead arm, but others did feel it, so it’s luck of the draw.

The worst bit was I was expecting side effects so kept waking up in the night, feeling warm et. because I was under the duvet then panicking I had a fever
 

Doom_On_Horseback

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Booked in for Saturday at the Riverside and second is 28th August (feels like ages away!), the site was very glitchy this morning, a lot of going back and refreshing. Just hope I'm not worse for wear for the England game.
I had the AZ vaccine a few weeks ago. I was bad as a dog for about 10 hours, but after that...absolutely fine. I'm assuming the Riverside only issues AZ? Again, it's hit and miss as a lot of people I know have had no side effects at all.
 

TheYorkshireTerrier

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I had the AZ vaccine a few weeks ago. I was bad as a dog for about 10 hours, but after that...absolutely fine. I'm assuming the Riverside only issues AZ? Again, it's hit and miss as a lot of people I know have had no side effects at all.
They must be doing an alternative as I'm under 30 so can't have AZ, just asked the question on another thread but does anyone know which one it might be, Moderna or Pfizer?
 

Doom_On_Horseback

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They must be doing an alternative as I'm under 30 so can't have AZ, just asked the question on another thread but does anyone know which one it might be, Moderna or Pfizer?
Ah of course, yes. I made the assumption on AZ being at Darlington FC where I went and the additional logistics of refrigeration that are required for Moderna & Pfizer.
 

SmallTown

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I had my first Pfizer a couple of weeks ago and no side effects at all thankfully apart from mild dead arm, but others did feel it, so it’s luck of the draw.

The worst bit was I was expecting side effects so kept waking up in the night, feeling warm et. because I was under the duvet then panicking I had a fever
I had exactly the same experience. Only a dead arm but woke up thinking I was feverish. Until the other half woke and said “I’m opening the Windows, it’s stuffy as hell in here!”
 

bear66

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As of 9am on 8 June, 4,528,442 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the UK.

Positive cases were 6,048 (3,165 on corresponding day last week).

13 deaths were reported today (0 on corresponding day last week).

152,289 deaths with Covid-19 on the death certificate (up to 28 May)

40,573,517 have had a first dose vaccination. 112,941 first dose vaccinations yesterday. 28,227,362 have had a second dose. 306,068 second dose vaccinations today.
 

DCI_Gene_Hunt

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As of 9am on 8 June, 4,528,442 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the UK.

Positive cases were 6,048 (3,165 on corresponding day last week).

13 deaths were reported today (0 on corresponding day last week).

152,289 deaths with Covid-19 on the death certificate (up to 28 May)

40,573,517 have had a first dose vaccination. 112,941 first dose vaccinations yesterday. 28,227,362 have had a second dose. 306,068 second dose vaccinations today.
New infections up 60% on the last 7 days.

The last time I looked at the UK Map of cases a week or so ago the only dark areas where around Preston and Bolton - spreading considerably wider now.

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Billy Horner

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Today's headline analysis:

• 6,048 new cases reported in 24-hour period, up from yesterday's 5,683
• 7-day average for new cases increases by 8.1% to 5,526 per day, following 6.9% increase yesterday (and 21st consecutive daily increase)
• 7-day average for new cases is 60.6% higher than one week ago (from 52.9% higher yesterday) and 111.8% higher than two weeks ago (from 96.9% higher yesterday and 55.6% higher 7 days ago)
• 13 new deaths within 28 days of a positive test reported in 24-hour period, up from 1 yesterday
• 7-day average for new deaths within 28 days of a positive test increases by 22.0% to 10.3 per day, following 0.0% change yesterday
• 7-day average for new deaths within 28 days of a positive test is 67.4% higher from one week ago (from 1.7% higher yesterday) and 50.0% higher than two weeks ago (from 47.5% higher yesterday and 30.6% lower 7 days ago)
 

Laughing

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Yeah me too. Not worried about the cases but the deaths are going the same way. This is unexpected and troubling
I am still prepared to wait a little while, a certain number of deaths will, perhaps always be the case. It's the level that matters. Oh I don't know I hope now, rather than expect, I suppose.
 

HolgateCorner

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I am still prepared to wait a little while, a certain number of deaths will, perhaps always be the case. It's the level that matters. Oh I don't know I hope now, rather than expect, I suppose.
You do feel we are entering a critical phase and what happens over the next few weeks in terms of deaths in particular will determine our way of life going forward.
 
I am still prepared to wait a little while, a certain number of deaths will, perhaps always be the case. It's the level that matters. Oh I don't know I hope now, rather than expect, I suppose.
The numbers are for deaths registered in the last seven days and is compared to the deaths registered in the previous seven days. In the most recent seven days Monday was a normal working day and would have caught most of the deaths that occurred over the weekend. In the previous week Monday was a bank holiday so there were probably few deaths registered.

0 deaths were reported on the 1st June (registered on 31st May) whereas 13 were reported today. 12 were reported on the 2nd June and 18 on the 3rd.

Once the impact of the bank holiday drop out of the numbers the change in deaths may drop back to match the change in hospitalizations.
 

Laughing

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The numbers are for deaths registered in the last seven days and is compared to the deaths registered in the previous seven days. In the most recent seven days Monday was a normal working day and would have caught most of the deaths that occurred over the weekend. In the previous week Monday was a bank holiday so there were probably few deaths registered.

0 deaths were reported on the 1st June (registered on 31st May) whereas 13 were reported today. 12 were reported on the 2nd June and 18 on the 3rd.

Once the impact of the bank holiday drop out of the numbers the change in deaths may drop back to match the change in hospitalizations.
Hopefully, I have had 5 cans of beer watching France v Bulgaria so a fair bit of your post was a struggle for me, but I think I get the point. Right now we are comparing apples and oranges so let it settle down a bit and see where we are?
 
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