Everybody told me to have a heavy breakfast before getting the dosage. And I said yes I will. But it does not always go as planned.
I had the appointment at 10:30 AM and I got up from bed at around 9.
I’m not like this at all. But I don’t know why I’ve been feeling so lethargic for the past couple of days and not able to stay up early.
Anyhow, I only had time to get ready and start walking by 10.
So, I got ready quickly and it takes me at least 45 minutes to get ready.
As you already know, I have a slow morning routine and it takes time for me. Also, I’m living alone so cut me some slack.
But this does not leave me with any time to have breakfast and I left with an empty stomach.
I reached there in time.
The hospital was very silent and green. I really liked the facility.
As I reached the hospital entrance, there was a big board with directions to reach the booth.
I just had to follow the signs that were visually clear.
After reaching the booth, there was a person who handed me a form in which I had to fill in my medical history. It was a very precise form with 7-8 yes or no questions. It hardly took me a minute to fill it.
After that, I went inside. There was a small queue of 8-10 people.
Everything was pretty organised and everyone was very disciplined.
After 5 minutes it was my turn.
There were different booths with numbers on them. I went to booth #6. The doctor greeted me (I could see the smile under her mask), handed over the form with the questionnaire and then briefed me about the precautions.
Injected vaccine on my left top shoulder. And asked me to wait for 15 minutes in the waiting area before leaving.
At max, it took me 20 minutes from start to end.
Now next dose will be after 4 weeks.
Until next time.
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