^Cases may be rising but compared to what we have had in the past the incidence is tiny.^
We don't want what we had in the past, do we?
And the rising cases are only those that are reported. Or are the figures extrapolated from the reported ones?
I wonder how people have had it, not tested, because there is no requirement, and thought it was just a bad cold? That's what I thought, it was only when Mr M had unmistakeable covid symptoms that we tested. And our son got it, too. No results reported anywhere.
It is not a 'normal' illness. Why is it being dismissed as such?
I remember when the pandemic first started one doctor saying he’d never seen anything like it. And it most likely thrives on complacency. Are they still doing research into anti virals I wonder? Mind you, wouldn’t surprise me if funding has been cut for such things. I also wonder what planning is in place if it mutates again?