Is it possible, then, that the COVID-19 virus was on U.S. soil earlier than January – maybe even as early as November?
It’s not just possible; it’s likely.
Neighbors of mine came back from Milan in early December. Wife was very sick on trip home. Husband hospitalized on 1 January. Spent three days on a ventilator. He survived. Diagnosis was “unknown pathogen.”
Sure looks like it was here before many people thought. Perhaps misdiagnosis for quite a few before they knew what they were dealing with. Your neighbors OK Earl?
Yes, thanks, fully recovered.
After an extended working trip to Italy, Spain, and then immediately on to a large trade show in Amsterdam in late November I was laid up for much of December with all the symptoms. It took more than a month to begin feeling anywhere near normal again.
Well I didn’t get COVID but did get the vaccine from Pfizer. Or think I did. It was a two series shot 3 wéks apart. First shot arm hurt quite a bit for 3 days and felt like nerves were on edge. Second time arm hurt for 2 days. I asked if I could go downtown and riot. They said sure if that is what you normally do. You might avoid the White House however. I felt that with 3 comorbidities I should do it for God and Country.