« Last post by Firefly369 on July 03, 2022, 03:51:44 PM »
I went to a friend's house several weeks ago. She lives in the forest and has no home wifi. Ironically, THIS is where I got sick with the current covid like illness that is going around.
It progressed into a sinus infection and bronchitis. After 2 weeks of fighting it, a blast of antibiotics (which you know is a last resort for me) + an inhaler and I am finally on backend of this illness.
Everyone else in the house also got sick. Two other adults were vaccinated (3x). One had a hoarse voice for the weekend and mild sniffles; he tested positive for covid. The other adult started with a sore throat (like I did), a hoarse voice, and went into a dry cough. She still coughs a few times a day two weeks later. (But I am coughing more than her still and I need cough meds round the clock).
There were 2 young teenagers in the home - one was vaxxed 3x, the other no vax. The vaxxed one is mostly nonverbal. We know she had mild sniffles and the sickness aggravated her exisiting seizure disorder. The non vaxxed one had a mild sore throat for days and had mild sniffles. Nothing Sudafed, Claritin, and Vitamin C couldn't help with.
Is there amazing conclusive evidence the vaccines "work?" Other people in town had the same illness. The vaccinated ones seemed to get over the worst of it in 3 days. But I was also stressed from traveling, with little sleep, etc. Maybe in my home environment it would have only lasted 3 days or less too. And there wasn't much difference in the teenager's sicknesses between the 3x vax and no vax.
I won't travel again without all my "covid fighting" supplements. It's worth dedicating suitcase space to all of those meds. You never know what you will find in stock in town.