Back then I remember reading that the antibodes that were built from whatever variant was going on then (can't remember if it was the original or the british one) lasted up to 8 months at the most, so yes.I'm amazed I haven't been infected again with the numbers we're sporting these days. my immunity from Nov 2020 should be long gone
I’ve also been everywhere (and we don’t even wear facemasks here) and I’ve been fine so far. Hopefully I didn’t jinx it now.
The reaction to the vaccine has been tough though, especially after the second dose.
Still recommended in settings like public transport and theatres etc where you’re in close proximity to strangers, but they want them not required in schools. FFS though, it just means hardly anyone will wear them at all. Evenings are worst on the tube - yesterday I swear only 10% of people had a mask.Masks no longer mandatory soon, despite a reasonable amount of cases still floating around. Have this government really not learnt anything?
They’re dropping like flies!So it got me at last!
Took PCR test two days ago because I’ve had a mild cold and coughing starting from Saturday despite getting the third jab last Wednesday. So glad it was really mild (not even a soar throat or loss of any senses, it’s only boring that I have to stay home a couple more days.
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I haven’t found myself in any of these situations people speak of with crowded tube carriages and nobody wearing masks, but surely in terms of stopping spread, there is no difference whatsoever between 10% compliance and 0% so it does beg the question what the point of the rule is if nobody is enforcing it.
My main reservation is less to do with lifting now as winter is ending, but that it will be quite difficult for the current makeup of the house to vote them back in if we end up with a difficult winter 22/23 if there is a problematic variant hitting around that time.My instinctive response to that is dread but I’m not totally sure why. Rationally it has to happen at some point so I’ll wait and see exactly how they’re going to craft the messaging around it.
Having avoided COVID thus far, same. Although I do wonder the extent to which self-policing has kicked in already? Many who are happy about this will have ignored the rules anyway, and the rest of us will self-isolate if we test positive. Although I guess there is a bit of a group in the middle who mostly saw the restrictions as an inconvenience but complied with them because it was law (rather than most of us who would be afraid of passing it on…). Events feel like a minefield as well - the sort of thing that people will just go along to even though they have COVID because they have been “looking forward to it for ages”My instinctive response to that is dread but I’m not totally sure why. Rationally it has to happen at some point so I’ll wait and see exactly how they’re going to craft the messaging around it.