I don't interact with the public outside of the internet. I'm either at home, inside my car, or walking in a park. My father goes into stores (he got vaxxed). All interaction is mediated through the internet. That includes work, or any activity that's there. I even have a VR headset. There is a 6th wave in Ontario and I didn't get vaxxed/waiting for Novax, etc... I'm trying to remember the last in-person interaction in public that was not a distant hand gesture....probably a cashier about a month or two ago from one store. Lets face it, anyone could have covid right?
Are you saying you still
avoid contact with people because of Covid??
Do you have a reason for this?... Some condition that makes it particularly dangerous for you..??
Because if you don't - If you're otherwise healthy, and not all that old, then the Covid-lurgy won't do you much harm now that we're into the later variants.
The BA.2 omicron variant that's doing the rounds now isn't serious unless you have some co-morbidity or other.
I actually have Covid right now.
I was giving a presentation at an event on Tuesday night, where I'm pretty sure I picked it up - Developed a bit of a chesty cough, and a croaky voice on Thursday, tested positive on Friday.
Friday had a mildly blocked nose, I felt generally washed-out (tired), a very vague headache and my sense of taste was poor.
Friday night I had chills (shivering) for about 5 mins when I went to bed... though no high temp.
Yesterday (Saturday) I've started to improve.... and today I'm better still. A bit of a cough is hanging on, but otherwise almost back to normal.
Honestly, I've had worse colds.
I'm 58, with no underlying health problems.
So... seriously... If you're my age or younger, with no underlying health problems... Catching the BA.2 version of the lurgy is no big deal.... and would give a very good natural immunity going forward, towards any future variants that might come around.