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ER nurse gets COVID-19 days after his second vaccine dose is canceled


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A British ER nurse has tested positive for COVID-19 a month after getting his first shot of the vaccine — and just days after his scheduled second dose was canceled.

David Longden, 43, was one of the first people in the world to get vaccinated, getting Pfizer’s jab on Dec. 8, the day it was rolled out in the UK, he told Wales Online.

The Welshman was scheduled to get his second shot last Tuesday, but it was canceled under a new government policy to instead prioritize more people getting their initial shots, the outlet said.

Just two days after that postponed appointment, Longden said he started feeling sick — testing positive for coronavirus on Saturday, he told Wales Online.

“I had a headache and then a horrendous head cold,” he said, saying he also had diarrhea and “felt really ‘fluey’ and lethargic.”

“It feels like Russian roulette with this virus as you don’t know how your body is going to react to it,” the nurse at Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend said.

David Longden slammed the government’s decision to delay giving the second dose.
David Longden slammed the government’s decision to delay giving the second dose.

“I’ve seen people become very, very unwell with it and not just those who are elderly.”

He slammed the government’s decision to delay giving the second dose, without which Pfizer has said recipients do not have full protection.

“The Government needs to protect their frontline NHS staff — to not do so is just short-sighted,” he told the local outlet.

“I’ve now been taken out of action for several days while the emergency department is slammed with patients,” he said.

He also fears infecting his partner, who is diabetic and has “lots of other health issues.”

“To be given that second dose would have given me peace of mind as well as him,” Longden said.

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