Yesterday, my wife, who is a nurse, told me that one of her colleagues had tested positive for Covid-19. They had worked the same shift together but my wife's test came back negative. Now, the interesting part is that her colleague is fully vaccinated, but my wife is not. She was the 41st person in … Continue reading A Covid-19 Anecdote
It seems that prejudice is latent in the human condition and any excuse will do to exercise it.
I saw this post on a friend's timeline on Facebook: I had previously decided not to respond through social media, but rather through this blog, however, I had had a drink and my devil got the better of me. This is what I wrote: I have just seen this and cannot believe that anyone would … Continue reading How much freedom are we going to surrender?
Fig. 1 Fig. 1, Table 1: Reported Cases of COVID-19 by World and by UK. Observations for the World: the number of cases has increased by 30,551,222. The number of deaths has increased by 0.05%. the number of recovered has increased by 1.06%. The number of active cases has fallen by 1.11%. Observations for the … Continue reading A comparison of reported statistics for COVID-19 in 2021 from May to August
There is a difference between an ‘opinion’ and an ‘informed opinion’, the former is not necessarily supported by any evidence, that latter is. It is not difficult to find examples of ‘opinions’ in social media, there are probably the most common posts made. Reading an opinion that has been informed by the writer looking for … Continue reading COVID-19 – Is it a Deadly Virus
At this moment in time I have no plans to have any of the three currently available vaccines for COVID-19. My reasoning is as follows.
After months of toil, misery, and negativity we are determined to try and make something positive out of Christmas 2020.
It is a curious thing that when someone has an experience of your own reality, they are not always enlightened by it. I have had a number of conversations lately in which the return to a 'degree of normality' was the main subject. It seems that a lot of people have really struggled with the … Continue reading Welcome to my Reality
My second blog post about Coronavirus is prompted by a message I received from Dove House Hospice. While everyone is demanding a strict lock-down and that citizens be forced to stay indoors for a protracted length of time it seems that the valuable work down by charities has been totally ignored. Dove House Hospice is … Continue reading Coronavirus: What about the charities?
On February 14 I posted that I would not be posting for awhile due to going travelling again. I had only intended to be absent for 2 weeks, but life got in the way as it usually does; I was exposed to the Coronavirus. A 14-day self-isolation followed. During this time, I did not feel … Continue reading Coronavirus and Me