Grandkid tested negative. That's good. Haven't heard about my sister-in-law for a while, though. I'll have to ask my wife later today.
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Unless you get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine ... apparently.Something that I wasn't aware of, so I'm glad I checked: with the vaccine, you can still transmit the virus (info per some official-looking doctor on the front page of YouTube). That means that you still have to mask up.
Well lots of Canadians have gone to "sun destinations" despite our govt's warning. Unfortunately these vacationers have NO (Zero, Zip, Nada) health care coverage while out of the country if they contract COVID. No travel insurance company will cover them for COVID-19 (or any related complications) if they get sick or end up in hospital. (Not to mention the added strain this can place on an already over-burdened health care system and workers.)I regret closing the border. Being on the outside looking in, I don't really know if it helped or not, but I know a lot of Canadians that winter here in South Florida are not enjoying our sunshine. That means they aren't hiring our duo either.
Through the years we've made friends with quite a few of the Canadian snowbirds. Hopefully this plague will be under control by next winter so we can have some good times together again.
Yup, I have friends that have condos in AZ. It's a hotspot for Cdn's to vaca.AZ is usually a big place for folks from Canada to visit in the winter because, even though we had a smattering of snow last week, it's been in the upper 70s and low 80s (that's 4.5 trillion pascals, in metric) this week.
Something that I wasn't aware of, so I'm glad I checked: with the vaccine, you can still transmit the virus (info per some official-looking doctor on the front page of YouTube). That means that you still have to mask up.
Sauce. Emphasis mine.www.plasticsurgery.org said:The FDA is reporting that people with cosmetic facial fillers could experience localized facial swelling and inflammation after receiving the Moderna vaccine for COVID-19. The reactions have been mild, and physicians say this information should not stop people from getting the vaccine when able.
Sauce.healthaffairs.org said:We also know, from the trials and early experience with COVID-19 vaccine administration, that the vaccines have high rates of temporary and unpleasant—but not dangerous—side effects. The vaccines cause sore arms at high rates, and they can cause swelling, mild fevers, fatigue, and aches.