The Gap is Narrowing and Not Knowing May Create Chaos in Your Life

More fully vaccinated people end up in hospitals and die from the pandemic virus every month. Yet, it seems that nothing is reported about it – at least in the United States. For example, I recently wrote about the high … Continue reading

Are You Really Fully Protected Today?

The narrative today is to get vaccinated, then get your booster shot to be protected. What does that really mean? Is there something we do not know that we should? Breakthrough Cases https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-breakthrough-data. I Googled current covid breakthrough statistics. This … Continue reading

Suppose There Was a Pandemic and No One Got Sick

The more I research the pandemic, the more fear and panic appear on stage. However, I live in Houston, Texas, and most of the time, I would never know there was a pandemic in my life. Therefore, other than visiting … Continue reading

A New Twist to Ensure Safety When Traveling Overseas

Israel instituted a new requirement for those travelers who survived the pandemic virus over six months ago. A digital recovery certificate is now required for Israeli citizens and those of fourteen other countries. Digital recovery certificates are not available to … Continue reading

Are Our Expectations and Reality Aligning or Colliding in Today’s World?

One reason for happiness is having our expectations met. When our expectations are not met, then we are generally unhappy. With the pandemic ongoing for over a year and a half, we have had a few expectations. One is that … Continue reading

Normal Life Restarting in New Zealand by Major Shift in Focus

Around ten days ago, I reported that Ireland and Norway were returning to everyday life – https://wp.me/p4ztmz-1sH. New Zealand has announced that they are no longer pursuing a plan for the complete eradication of COVID-19. New Zealand has had a … Continue reading

Headlines Not Able to Share Joy & Good News

I wandered through various websites looking for a topic to write about today, and I noticed a positive headline about the pandemic virus. CDC: US COVID Cases, Hospitalizations Down 15 Percent from Last Week https://www.newsmax.com/health-news/covid-hospitalization-cases-down/2021/10/01/id/1038743/ I thought that was good … Continue reading

How Does Our Current Pandemic Compare to the Spanish Flu of 1918-1919?

Today, the United States population is around 330 million. One hundred years ago, it was approximately 106 million. The COVID-19 pandemic has infected around 43 million people, of which just under 700,000 have died, and about 33 million have recovered. … Continue reading

Why Are Some People at Higher Risk Than Others for Infection After Vaccination?

Before vaccines, people with multiple health problems were at higher risk for hospitalization and death. Vaccines were developed to reduce the severity of symptoms to reduce hospitalizations and the mortality rate. However, they were not created to stop the spread … Continue reading

How Can the Healthiest Man on the Plant Become Infected with the Pandemic Virus?

I have always considered myself to be the healthiest man in any room I walk into. By all measures, I should never have been infected. But that horse has left the barn. How did I get infected? I have no … Continue reading