Face the facts and Prepare Yourself
The facts are these. Despite the claims that were made that the vaccine and boosters would protect you, which were later changed to ‘prevent serious illness’, most of us WILL GET COVID at some point. When your immune system is a little low because you’re busy or drinking at a party or old or menopausal or young or whatever. For whatever reason, if you come in contact with a sick person and your immune system is briefly weakened, the ‘vid is gonna getcha! If you’re lucky, you may just feel like you are experiencing allergy symptoms or a ‘cold’. If you’re not lucky, you will start looking for someone to blame for your fever and cough.
The important thing is not to live in fear.
Fear weakens your immune system and steals your joy. The mutated virus, which mutated because of the vaccines, is much weaker and much more contagious. You can do all you can to stay in prime health, but don’t isolate yourself and miss out on living.
Go to the parties, go to work in the office, go to church. Wash your hands and avoid people who look sick. But don’t be overly concerned or anxious.
I have seen people of all ages, vaccine statuses, and health statuses get sick with Covid this year and they felt pretty bad, but they did not die.
Eat healthy, exercise, get your sunshine, take your vitamins. And live your life. We are all going to die someday, Covid or no Covid. If you want a vaccine, you might consider the non-mRna Novavax vaccine that should be available soon.
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22
Get your Covid tests here, if you so choose, but don’t feel compelled to test just because you get sick. It doesn’t change anything.
The only thing to be concerned about is whether we will see another spike in deaths this Fall, but hopefully the virus will continue to weaken.