The president doesn’t look right at all
I avoid the news about him. Never has the World needed leaders more and instead we've got crap actors propped up by PR men. I can't even be bothered to be annoyed anymore.Quite agree. His whole body language looks like a person who is feeling like crap, but is trying to hide it. If you look at his hairline, were he's missed the permatan, he looks very pale. I think the whole 'I feel better than I have for 20 years' thing is pure propaganda.
I had it very mildly, and I’m suffering extreme fatigue and muscle aches seven months on. I’m 51, a bit podgy, and otherwise fit and well. Long Covid is no joke.If the old / vulnerable get given the jab at the end of the year is that not enough? The rest of who could get it at WORST would get the flu like symptoms and we would have to accept it like we do with other illnesses
Yes, and apart from "we have no idea what we're dealing with here, sorry, you'll just have to wait it out", they have nothing much to say. I'm slowly getting better, but it's just not worth the risk - it's not a "mild" illness for anyone, really. I don't know a single person who's had it who isn't still suffering something.Have you been back to the doctors? Is there anything they can give you to help?
I agree. I had it badly in April with breathing difficulties, a terrible cough, possible pnemonia and extreme fatigue. GP at the time told me to stay at home unless things got really bad so I did, never got a test. I am largely ok now but I notice that when I go out and about doing normal activities, I'm exhausted for the rest of the day. I can do a short shop but anything that takes a couple of hours literally knocks me out. I know this is not normal but GPs can only offer the advice of take it easy, eat well etc. I have been on a health kick, veg, fruit, supplements, gentle exercise, lots of sleep and I am hoping this will eventually make a difference.Yes, and apart from "we have no idea what we're dealing with here, sorry, you'll just have to wait it out", they have nothing much to say. I'm slowly getting better, but it's just not worth the risk - it's not a "mild" illness for anyone, really. I don't know a single person who's had it who isn't still suffering something.
Interesting, was this near newmarket then?I can believe this, given my experience last weekend at the Flu jab clinic, this time it was in a hall, loads of hand sanitiser, 5 lanes marked out and a secretary and nurse on each lane, it was set up for a large scale operation. I was there with one other person so it looked a bit like overkill. They admitted this was a practice for a much larger scale operation in the future.
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