Guy on Reddit posted his experience with the Pfizer vaccine. Obviously he could have received the placebo but it’s doubtful from his reaction. I figured I would share. Spoiler: Not my story So I got Pfizer's Covid vaccine. Got the trial vaccine after volunteering for it: got two shots separated by three weeks period and it was ... interesting. Went to Baylor and nasal swab was done, they drew two vials of blood and shot me up with the vaccine. The first day after the first shot was not comfortable, shoulder was hurting, I had a fuzzy head, a mild headache and general fatigue. Headache went away the next day as did the fatigue but my shoulder still hurt the next day. Third day after the shot I was back to 100%. Second shot hit me harder, shoulder was hurting even more, I had chills but no fever and general fatigue lasted for a day. Then, I went to get a serological antibody test on my own, three weeks after the first shot and voila - they found a "ton" of Covid antibodies in my blood so I am pretty much close to being immune. I will keep masking up as I do not want to test the fate, lol. Also they mentioned the study will continue through 2022 to determine the length of immunity.