I just got my second AstraZenaca Covid-19 vaccination. Like last time I went to the Raymond Terrace Respiratory Clinic, who once again were super efficient and organised. In my post on the first vaccination I noted that “within 5 minutes of arrival I was in the examination room having the vaccination in the arm.” This time round I decided to justify that observation with stopwatch measurement. From the time I left my car in the parking lot to sitting down in the chair to be vaccinated was 5 minutes 51 seconds! With confirmed Covid cases in Newcastle this week after an absence of a year, that is beautiful timing.
I just received my first AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccination this afternoon at the the Raymond Terrace Respiratory Clinic. I have to say I was super impressed with the organisation and efficiency of the process. There were friendly staff members on hand to direct people through each step of the process. Although I noticed a few people queuing at the door as I pulled into the car park, within 5 minutes of arrival I was in the examination room having the vaccination in the arm. With the 15 minute mandatory wait after injection, I was in and out in 20 minutes!
Thanks to the fabulous work by the people at Apollo 11 in Real Time, I’ve enjoyed the weekend reliving the excitement of the Apollo 11 mission, minute by minute.
I was only 5 years old when it all happened back in 1969. Because of timezones and other constraints I didn’t see the moon landing or Armstrong’s first steps live, but I well remember the general excitement of the time, and seeing the replays on the television.
My ride to work this morning was aborted by this little tack that I picked up while riding on the bike path alongside Ford Oval in New Lambton. I hope this is just a random bit of debris and not some idiot deliberately having a go at cyclists.