For me, the symptoms were not mild and at times were vaguely frightening. I don’t want to get it again
A lot of people we all know have had Covid-19. Some of them will have died. Others among them will now have the “long” version of the virus – flattened by a debilitating tail that leaves them foggy-brained, weak-bodied and short of breath. Others – perhaps most of those fully vaccinated – might have escaped with little more than regular cold or flu symptoms.
For the many who have experienced such an escape, that is wonderful. But that does not justify some national utilitarian shift of emotional consciousness away from those who continue to suffer and die terrible deaths at alarming rates (check the daily numbers).
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