I got the J&J today. I already have antibodies from a Nov 2020 infection. Pos in Dec, Jan, Feb. My doc cut me off in Feb this year. I wanted to schedule a 4th test for March but he said no. He thinks I would keep avoiding the jab lol. I wasn't even eligible yet, but whatever. But I saw his fellow doctor Friday who asked me if I'm vaxxed yet. So I made an offer. She tests me for antibodies and I'll get a shot. She agreed and I'm still positive. So today I honored my word. She didn't know I was already going to anyway Anyhow a UAB study came out Friday that claims the J&J is thought to be 90% effective against the delta critter. And the doc told me between my antibodies and the vaxx ought to get me through the delta wave with close to 100% efficiency. https://www.al.com/news/2021/07/joh...ve-against-delta-variant-uab-experts-say.html My question has been how any of the vaxx versions will effect natural antibodies and no one has provided a definitive answer. Just not enough time to say yet I suppose. Until then, I guess I'm bonified. Oh, and four hours after I got a jab, I see this on another forum.. https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/12/health/johnson-vaccine-guillain-barre-syndrome-fda/index.html Guess rolling the dice has it's risks. I do feel better after I read this... https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/concerns/guillain-barre-syndrome.html So any vaxx carries that risk per the CDC. I'm still going to wear a mask in public buildings such as groceries. Because of the non vaxxed and also the cavalier vaxxed who think it's over.