How has your life changed in Covid-19 crisis?

enya

Member
It's already two years since we live with all those restrictions. Of course, our life has changed. There are negative changes as well as positive ones. With the beginning of the quarantine, I lost my job. However, I explored that working remotely is much better for me. I applied for a job in a writing service after reading reviews on https://letsgradeit.com/review/hаndmаdewriting/. It was totally new experience for me, but I'm happy I tried. Also, we spend much more time together with my family. This is the most important for the moment.
 
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I hope everything will end soon. Few countries started to cancel all the restrictions now, so looks like it is going to happen everywhere soon or later. I had covid in September but thanks to Canada Drugs meds i didn't have super bad days at all. Lights chills and headache where my only symptoms.
 
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skysat2005

Super User
Are restriction going to end soon or it is again a lull before a new strom.
There's a saying that the chain is as strong as the weakest link. Unless the entire world gets the vaccination or natural herd immunity of some sort, there is cent percent chance of some new mutation of this virus making a fresh entry. Africa is hardly vaccinated and an open can of new mutations....
 

citymonk

Super User
There's a saying that the chain is as strong as the weakest link. Unless the entire world gets the vaccination or natural herd immunity of some sort, there is cent percent chance of some new mutation of this virus making a fresh entry. Africa is hardly vaccinated and an open can of new mutations....
It seems so, that is why people are anxious.
This is what WHO is saying on same issue. I could not understand what She means to say or convey.

When will covid pandemic end? WHO’s chief scientist answers
 

citymonk

Super User
What's the end of the virus then?
Last year they were saying Pandemic ends after it shifts to epidemic mode in 2 Year time. These assumptions are based on history of 'Spanish flu' which came 100 years back. Assumption is 2nd and 3rd wave should bring heard immunity naturally but vaccinations were not there then 100 years back.
 
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skysat2005

Super User
Last year they were saying Pandemic ends after it shifts to epidemic mode in 2 Year time. These assumptions are based on history of 'Spanish flu' which came 100 years back. Assumption is 2nd and 3rd wave should bring heard immunity naturally but vaccinations were not there then 100 years back.
Possibly the new mutations are generated in vaccine manufacturers lab, the way computer viruses are introduced by anti virus software sellers.
Keep introducing new mutations and keep launching mutation specific vaccines and so on...
 
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