Ever heard anyone say they feel “foggy”? I’ve said it myself in the past. Usually, I felt foggy when recovering from the flu, or some other illness. That in-between stage between total illness and a full recovery to my pre-illness state. Some medications have caused me to feel like it as well. 

The covid virus vaccine that has been created for this fall specifically protects against the most recent sub-variants of the Omicron variant, BA.4 and BA.5. The vaccine that was administered previously is the foundation of the current vaccine and has been modified to include the two sub-variants that are currently the dominant cause of the majority of the new cases.

Anyone confused about how we are supposed to conduct ourselves now concerning the virus and its spread? I wouldn’t find it surprising if you answered in the affirmative! 

Wow! I learned “long Covid” has more than 205 individual symptoms as determined in one study. Each of those symptoms affect 10 different organs in our bodies. Those symptoms range from a skin rash to heart palpitations and many more.

President Joseph R. Biden becoming infected with the virus after being vaccinated and boosted should not really surprise anyone for a couple of reasons. First, the latest strains of the virus that are currently circulating widely across the country are causing the recent surges and increase in cases and hospitalizations. Second, he is exposed to many people on a daily basis that could potentially be a carrier and test negative putting anyone they come in contact with at risk of being infected.

President Joe Biden contracting Covid-19 comes as no surprise to me. All the reading I’ve done on the newest variant, BA.5, convinced me that anybody interacting with others is fair game for the virus, vaccinated or not. In other words, if one is venturing outside of their own home, their own personal bubble, they become a potential host for the latest mutation of the Covid-19 virus.

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