[COVID Day Five Hundred Seventy]
I finally packed. The day of the flight. And I made the flight.
And flying domestically within the United States is every bit as scary as I thought it’d be – no vaccine verification, no COVID test verification, just wear a mask, pack into the overbooked plane and hope you don’t sit next to a cougher.
I was the cougher.
I mean, I knew I didn’t have COVID and was fit to fly based on several negative COVID tests and a call to the nurse, but no one else did, so I was eating cough drops like candy and doing my best to be invisible and silent.
But first the news:
- What’s the best booster to get? And other questions about Covid-19 boosters
- FDA says Pfizer Covid vaccine benefits outweigh risks for kids ages 5 to 11
- Michigan reports 7,505 new COVID-19 cases, 118 deaths over 2 days
While, no, this post will not encompass the entirety of the first work trip I’ve done in twenty months, let’s get an overview, shall we?Continue reading “The Ten Day Work Trip”