As an immuno-suppressed person, I was worried if I’d ever be allowed the vaccine. In this article, I describe my vaccine experience and try to dispel some of the myths whilst heeding a warning about the future.
As the UK became the first country in the world to vaccinate against Covid-19 virus, I’ve collected my articles on the pandemic as I documented my personal experience.
As shielding comes to an end, it’s important to capture the experiences of those who lived it. To make sure those that sacrificed the most are not forgotten.
I am currently having my first experience of painkiller withdrawal and it’s horrendous. It is also an unnecessary consequence of shielding.
When the Govt. announced Shielding was to end in August, I said that I’d stay home until there was a vaccine – but social expectations makes this impossible
This Saturday, Government relaxing of the rules here in the UK is going to feel like a day to celebrate for many. But as one of the approximate 2.2m people who have been classed as ‘high risk’ and more or less confined to our homes since March under the guidance of our medical teams, it’s…