More than anything else . . .
WE WARN TKC READERS TO NEVER GET MEDICAL ADVICE FROM THE INTERNETS!!!
Meanwhile, we've been consistently disappointed with so many people playing doctor online . . . Which might be THE LEAST FUN bit of role-play amongst consenting adults.
Anyhoo, here's the dead-tree media prescription to alienating friends and family from a newspaper owned by a hedge fun and operating out of a post-office box in a busted retail district . . .
The answer depends on what activities you hope to resume, who you interact with regularly and your vaccination status. Here’s what area doctors had to say.
Can we let our guard down around catching the virus?
“Individuals still need to be very careful,” said Dr. Jackie Hyland, chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Health System’s St. Francis Campus, in a news briefing on Wednesday, Feb. 9. “If individuals are vaccinated and boosted, and if they’re with other individuals who are vaccinated and boosted, then I think you can let your guard down.”
A caveat and peek at the future from a mainstream news source . . .
But AGAIN . . . TKC isn't your doctor and doesn't want to take a peek at all of your funny moles.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
It's official: COVID-19 case numbers are falling in the Kansas City area. But as hospitals remain crowded and death rates stagnate, one question is on many people's minds: when can we let our guard down? The answer depends on what activities you hope to resume, who you interact with regularly and your vaccination status.