On May 19, a group of Bay Area doctors and scientists released a preprint study examining the evolution of COVID-19 symptoms over the past three outbreaks. It’s an interesting report, and I spoke about it a week later – while isolating myself at home after finally contracting COVID myself.
I tested positive the day before this study came out. I was too sick to work that day, or the next day, but when I finally caught up with the paper, I was fascinated by how it reflected my own experiences. Omicron, they found (among other findings), causes more upper respiratory tract symptoms in vaccinees than previous variants. As I read, I ticked my own boxes: Cough? Yes. Congestion? Yes. Fever? A little. Aches? No.
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