If you are infected by the coronavirus, you have about a 1.8% chance of dying, and a 20% chance of getting a severe infection that will impact on your quality of life for years to come. Now let’s imagine your doctor comes along and
The presence and growing availability of vaccines, at least here in the US, have blinded a lot of people to how the virus remains a problem. Plenty of Americans are still getting infected, every day, and plenty of Americans are still dying, every day.
Aaagh. My computer crashed just as I was about to send out today’s diary entry, and the Microsoft Expression Web software I use does not auto-back up my work. Of course, Murphy’s Law dictates the inevitability that it was hours since I’d last remembered
My Sunday diary entry got scrambled a bit by weather. I was driving from ID back to Seattle, something I’ve done (too) many times before, and usually a fairly uneventful experience. This time things got off to a bad start with a road-range incident that