Possibly the 4th but I didn't test positive or feel as bad last time I got sick. All of my colleagues had it a couple of weeks ago in our team, but came back to work after 5 days (some still testing positive amazingly but that's the policy).
I then had a couple of mates stay and one tested positive the night he left having been in Ireland for a week before. This time it's the fever that's really getting me, not so tired (I slept 16hrs straight when I got it early on in the pandemic) but I do wonder how many years we will be living with this.
How many variants will get passed around and be weaker and weaker. I think it'll be masks for me this winter.
This video is superb, and while it is obviously preaching to the choir (or anyone who has read a paper or watched TV in the last decade or more) it lays out starkly how Johnson is as a leader and a human being.
I've never heard anyone regret voting remain - I'm sure there must be some, but how strong and vehement will those who realise they were made a mug of by de Piffle's spin, pantomime toff spiel or Brexit lies be now?
He's killed tens of thousands of British citizens through his negligence and arrogance, wrecked the country when it needed turning around all so he can live out his own fantasies.
At what point does he lose more than just his office? It seems grossly unfair we have a society that insulates such tiny men.
Can still remember that drive to work the day after wondering if any of our kids were dead or injured because they'd been telling us about going to see Ariana Grande the day before. The news seemed surreal as there was little to indicate what had happened at first.
We saw all sorts of brilliant community spirit, healing and people helping each other. As well as the scum like Yaxley-Lennon exploit it for his own wealth. Seems like it was a lifetime ago and also much more recent than 5 years.