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Greengage Thu 24-Sep-20 15:52:22

My doctors' surgery is going to undertake doing flu jabs in their car park. In their words 'so wear appropriate clothing for the weather and so that you can easily expose one shoulder'!
A trench coat and an evening gown perhaps?
Any suggestions?

Puzzler61 Sat 26-Sep-20 13:31:28

I went for mine at 10 o’clock today and the temp. was just 10 degrees.
Wore a long sleeved chenille baggy jumper, a gilet, and a circular scarf.
Easily got my arm out of the sleeve for the jab ......

BlueBelle Sat 26-Sep-20 14:00:54

Mrsrochester Fingers crossed I don’t get that message then Im booked in a week today heard nothing so far

toscalily Sun 27-Sep-20 10:23:49

We went for ours yesterday, drive in, stop, confirmed details and done, we wore masks & suitable easy clothing. Did not have to get out of the car, the nurse just did OH arm, walked round and did mine. It was quicker than the normal, sit down and wait queue at the surgery. I was very impressed with how efficient and easy it was.

MrsRochester Sun 27-Sep-20 10:47:26

BlueBelle

Mrsrochester Fingers crossed I don’t get that message then Im booked in a week today heard nothing so far“

Just dawned on me how thoughtless that was. Sorry, didn’t mean to unsettle anyone 😊
My own mum, SW London, always books at supermarkets because she doesn’t like going to the surgery and they have no supply issues at all there. Think we were just unlucky.