I had my second Covid-19 jab over the weekend all went well and no ill effects from my second oxford astrazeneca vaccine injection. I am incredibly grateful to the NHS staff and volunteers that have helped deliver millions of vaccinations in the UK and covered over 50% of the adult population with 2 injections now … Continue reading 2nd Covid-19 jab done & how I feel about that
On 11th March 2020 the world health organisation announced that COVID-19 could be characterized as a pandemic and that a pandemic was not a word to be used lightly. The early stages of the pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns were hard on many people, in different ways, unemployment, families trying to live, work and study … Continue reading Your Coronavirus Pandemic 1 Year on
Today is a good day to have a Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine injection. Today is a good day to finally let myself out of my home after having been told to shield since Tuesday. Today is a good day to walk to the doctor’s surgery in town and meet and que with other residents of Exeter waiting … Continue reading Today is a good day
Along with an Extra 1.7 million people in England I have been asked to shield at home starting from today. So no more trips to work, the shops or the pharmacy or meeting up with people outside or inside of my home or theirs home. I have been working full time with 2 days at … Continue reading I have been asked to Shield at Home
Or Money for nothing and contracts millions given to friends and party donors for free. I normally don’t get my news from Facebook but today a meme was doing the rounds about the lack of news on an important story. Matt Hancock the UK Health Minister has been found guilty of not disclosing NHS contracts … Continue reading If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well
Today the UK marked a grim reaper of a covid-19 milestone. We recoded over 100,000 people that had tested positive with Covid-19 prior to their deaths that then went on to die. One hundred thousand people are such a large amount of people that it is almost unimaginable. As a teenager in high school we … Continue reading My Coronavirus antibody test results
I have just watch a new US press briefing at the White House with Dr Anthony Fauci now working for President Joe Biden and although the Covid-19 crisis is severe and will likely get worse before it gets better. One refreshing ray of sunshine in this briefing is that the US administration and Dr Falci … Continue reading What a refreshing change
It was the worst of times but we have seen the best of many people. A time like we have never known or wish to know again – but how can we ever learn any lessons from times like this and if we do learn what will those lessons be? I wonder what will be … Continue reading A time like no other
Today was my last day in work until Christmas. I now have one week off until I log into my work computer again to do some work and even better than that I managed to get all the work that I hoped to do today done. Presents bought and wrapped, Christmas songs playing on Spotify. … Continue reading Happy Holidays 2020!
Well I tried to do a survey on my last post and so far only three people have responded so this time I would be answering the questions myself a sort of summary of 2020 and see how this goes. Question 1. Hardest thing I had to do this year. Making sure I did not … Continue reading My year in review or a Huw View!