I’m pretty sure I’m not on a placebo. This was the week for shot number two. Thursday went just like the last time, except they were busier and what took an hour in August took three in September. I was OK with that. Cassie, my nurse is awesome. She told me her kids love “Mystery Bug“. I brought copies of…
No side effects. Two weeks until my next shot. So I dig deeper into exactly what this Moderna vaccine is all about, how it works and what the risks are. And what happens if things go south and I die? Yup. I get philosophical about life and purpose and how every day is a gift.
The highlights this week’s Covid Vaccine Trial Diary: No significant side-effects. Filled out my daily log. The center didn’t call today like they said they would. I’m getting a sinking feeling that there is saline in my veins.
When the Covid 19 vaccine trials were announced, I was determined to offer up my body in the hope that perhaps, I could help save one life in the process. Chapter one in the adventure tells how I was screened, selected and shot.
It is said that a successful life is defined by the good deeds we do and the good friends who become our fellow travelers. Dave Reid leaves behind a rich portfolio of admirers and a resume of achievements that make those of us who were the beneficiaries grateful, and everyone else envious.