Thanks for the confirmation. I did see the history, so I know it's still recorded somewhere.Its normal for the covid vaccination certificate to have the last 2 shots (ie 3rd shot booster and the 2nd dose).
The Medicare immunisation history statement has all 3 shots.
Thanks, that's good to know. Not that I need that, at the moment.The international covid certificate (the one you link to passport) shows all 3 doses.
Same. It’s now useless as it states 1 AZ and 1 Pfizer.
Both Mr BD and I had a similar experience plus were very tired. My injection by the chemist however was the best I have ever had. Despite watching it go in, I really felt nothing at all. So I don't think my reaction could have had anything to do with the administration. Hopefully that means I have a few antibodies.We both had the Moderna on Tues 25th (AZ for 1 & 2) and both had sore arm with raised red lump for about 3 days. The chemist wasnt too gentle so I dont know if its the way we were injected or the substance.
If it’s not showing up tomorrow I would suggest following up with where you had the vaccine. Some places update the records very quickly. At other places it can take a few days.As an aside my Moderna booster has not appeared on my medicare records since it was administered on Monday. What has been the normal timeframe for this?
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As an aside my Moderna booster has not appeared on my medicare records since it was administered on Monday. What has been the normal timeframe for this?
Mine was done at Olympic Park. Who do I follow it up with?