My wife and have both had our second shots: hers was Pfizer and mine Moderna.
After the second shot, she felt lethargic and maybe a very slight fever for a day and a half, and soreness at the injection site
I had the Moderna second shot on Monday and all I experienced was the injection site soreness. I think some of the soreness is the result of a rather clumsy jab by the pharmacist. We walked two and half miles that afternoon, and again on Tuesday. Today, the weather isn't that great, so we'll probably not walk outside, but I've been cleaning the gutters and taking down the last of the Christmas decorations.
Meanwhile, my 65-year-old sister in Tennessee came down with the virus three days after her first shot. No connection there, just unfortunate timing. I doubt that ANYONE in the U.S. has been more cautious about
isolating, yet somehow she developed COVID, as has her adult daughter and two grandchildren who are presently at their house. So far, they are holding up well. Her husband, who is 71, on the other hand, who had his first shot three weeks ago, has continued to test negative. Credit the vaccine, I think.
Post Edited (clocknut) : 3/10/2021 9:47:27 PM (GMT-7)