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Every vaccine helps

So, like millions of people in the world, I have come to terms with the fact that there is a deadly virus in our mist.

Things have suddenly become increasingly virtual to say the least. I have already implemented a couple of things as a new way of life for me.

To start with, I raced down to my GP surgery and took my flu vaccine. This happened literally like a light bulb moment. Completely unplanned. That moment when it dawned on me that this corona virus (Covid19) which causes severe acute respiratory syndrome is literally after me, an asthmatic. The anxiety of this truth needs it’s own vaccine.

Being asthmatic since childhood (a life of inhalers and nebuliser), it has always been recommended that I take the flu vaccine. And I have done so religiously for many year.

Up until recently, when I decided to allow my immune system to fight a cold on it’s own. That was until the lightbulb moment. The contemplation stopped in its tracks. It is the end of March now and all GP surgeries are operating differently. I really got to the GP at the right time. I even g