have you heard of the 'black death'?
Shit, that's rough. Sorry to hear that.That's true: even I, with my mild case, have been left with an apparently permanent significant impairment in smell and my dry cough is still chuntering away, three months on.
Had been part of a COVID-survivors group on FB for a while, on which there were many stories of an endlessly turning carousel of both recurrent and novel symptoms heaped month upon month. Obv. major self-selection bias but had to leave that group for my own psychosomatic sanity nonetheless.
Almost all of the people I personally know who had it have recovered completely (they assume).
Lots of visors, particularly among train staff (legacy of the spitting murder)The fact that no-one wears goggles (proven benefit, no disadvantages) shows that no-one is actually thinking these things through for themselves...same applies to the absence of any clamour to wear masks in the home, where transmission is most likely
That's more like it...now I require gloves, gowns, proper masks that seal properly, humidity monitoring to prevent rebreathing particles in an aerosol, electrified face to prevent increased face-touching and loudspeaker system so that interlocutors don't need to approach the muffled voice.Lots of visors, particularly among train staff (legacy of the spitting murder)