A Short Interlude

I’ll soon be back to normal. There are two books I really have to review here shortly – both superb pieces of historical research that deserve a much wider audience.

However, unfortunately last week I had a horrible cold. It was quite vile, and knocked me backwards quite dramatically. Then, on Sunday, I discovered that this horrible summer cold might be rather more serious. And yup, it was Covid-19.

I know everyone has already read enough about Covid to make the subject rather tedious. Still, I thought it would be potentially important for some folks, so for what it’s worth, here are two links (to Patreon, but these are free to all, and won’t cost you anything to read) which give my own experiences. The first is the period leading up to my PCR test which confirmed my infection; the second is a couple of pages talking about my experiences with the NHS Track and Trace programme.

If you have had it, if you think you might have it, and if you haven’t had it and wanted to know what the processes are in case you do catch Covid, please take a look at these two pages:

  1. Pre-Covid: https://www.patreon.com/posts/55236633
  2. NHS Experiences: https://www.patreon.com/posts/55318912

I hope these are interesting and helpful!

2 Responses to “A Short Interlude”
  1. jashrader says:

    Are you vaccinated?

    Sent from my iPhone



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