Well where I live, people don't give a shit about masks and just party in front of the building, I always go out with a mask but still just getting out of the building is a risk haha.If you're not showing other symptoms it could just be irritation from something else.
Red wine can cause acid reflux which could irritate your throat.
If you have no plausible reason why you might have COVID, you probably don't have it.
Had this too. If it gets to the point where you can't sleep because of the itching, there are over-the-counter throat spray anaesthetics .Well where I live, people don't give a shit about masks and just party in front of the building, I always go out with a mask but still just getting out of the building is a risk haha.
But yeah I'm staying calm/in denial that its anything serious.
Do you feel any headache or fever?The throat thing that started saturday night lastweek has really been weird, it slowly moved into my nose, at first it just felt like breathing cold air through the nose but now it has become a cold. While it still feels too mild to be covid but I have never had a strange thing like this before. But still better be safe and not see anyone.
That means it's been about 4 weeks tops, it takes longer to heal from it appears but... Yeah. I can't imagine the anxiety. I'm sorry but I hope and think it'll be alright, most people seem to recover .Got the Rona at the end of October.
I still cannot smell or taste.
Meanwhile in Austrialand we are at ~3800k/day (which is worse then Germany if you compare it per population) and it's only slowly falling and 100+ people died in the hospital every day. But they want to open again.Cases in germany are slowly rising, but they are rising. We are at ~23k/day which doesn't sound that much for a population of 83 million, but intensive care in my city is already 80% full. If this keeps on going on we are fucked by the end of the year.
Politicians seem to be afraid of a minority of covid idiots who started comparing themselves to the resistance against the nazi regime. It's a hilarious situation. The state is upholding their right to demonstrate during an ongoing pandemic and they still think they are being oppressed.
That's the definition of "big brain time".
That's modern politics 101.but for what the short-term consequences might mean for them
Well, I think their lockdown was effective, but we're clearly looking at another before the vaccine hits.Yeah I'm surprised France is opening up and even will be fully open Christmas and New year's Eve. Not sure what the situation is really but I can't believe it's that good already.
Fauci said when he opened the letter, a powder immediately covered his face and chest. His beefed-up security detail, which was brought on after he began receiving threats, advised Fauci to stay still before a hazmat team "sprayed him down."
"It was a benign nothing," Fauci said of the substance found in the envelope. "But it was frightening. My wife and my children were more disturbed than I was. I looked at it somewhat fatalistically. It had to be one of three things: A hoax. Or anthrax, which meant I'd have to go on Cipro for a month. Or if it was ricin, I was dead, so bye-bye."
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