Thinking Aloud

My experience with Omicron: Lessons on how to live with it

When uncertainty is removed, you are more likely to follow the rules to keep everyone safe

When you have the virus and it becomes a living part of you, it changes how you think about the disease. PHOTO: REUTERS
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I was infected with the Covid-19 virus earlier this month.

When you finally succumb to the dreaded enemy after more than two years of keeping it at bay, it makes you more alive to what it means to be living with it.

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