This sums up all I believe thus far...https://youtu.be/80Vz7tZLuBI
Very interesting. Not that l would have done much differently myself. My job of driving to London was effectively screwed by Covid and many factors beyond my control.
I also have vulnerable people around me to consider. By bizarre chance the partner of a friend of ours died early in the Pandemic within three weeks of contraction....he was only 59 and not thought to be at risk! A nice chap from memory of my meeting him 18 months ago. We were shocked when we heard.
My partners consultant neurologist of similar age got it early on last year, but only had mild symptoms. Russian roulette?
It would be interesting to see statistics for societies with temperate climates with central heating as well as higher densities per sq mile vs more open societies with better ventilated buildings and less population density. Something l have always been concerned about when flu bugs are doing the rounds. I recall when l had prolonged bouts of flu that l was sometimes better going to work in the Cotswolds than staying at home in stuffy Cheltenham, but that has often been the case with my sensitised lungs. I am always better up in the Welsh mountains on my Buell than down in the polluted midland valleys.
This Covid story will run and run.