WOW! Must have almost DIED.multiple days to finish a single banana
No need to worry, it was not like that.WOW! Must have almost DIED.
For me covid (part I) was like deep fatigue for 3 days, my worst illness in 20 years. But you say you get this cannot-eat-situation every year? Maybe your body is screaming out for you to alter your lifestyle. Just an idea.
Then I'm not sure if you've heard, but this is going to shock you more than others: there has been like one month of strict lockdown in Shanghai, China. The spread of omicron has apparently defied their COVID 0 policies. There're more or less 26 million people forbidden to leave homes, and economy stopped. There've been complaints of lack of food (at the beginning people were told to buy for a shorter lockdown than what it's been ) and lack of chronic patient care, but then the government organised home delivery of some food, and complaints have changed. Now people is hoarding food in Beijing, fearing something similar might happen there. In Shanghai people is tested every couple of days and detained in isolation centers if positive. I think they're considering closing people in factories instead of at home, so they can work.I get all my news from here, too. I have no time for other news websites.
It's still BA so if you had omicron already we should be fine. If there is a BA.6 you can assume you should still be fine.I just found out today that BA.4 and BA.5 exist, even though the WHO has apparently been tracking them for two weeks now. You people need to keep me up to date.
According to the scientific community, the most common variants (Omicron) are probably as deadly as the original virus. Vaccination and natural immunity explain why there are less deaths.Just to put things in perspective, during the first two waves of COVID-19, we never even averaged 68,000 cases a day. I guess the virus was a bit more deadly back then though.