Early in the pandemic, many people assumed that infection with the coronavirus meant they were no longer at risk of a repeat bout of the illness. There was even talk about “the immunes” — people who recovered and went back to their lives while the rest of us were locked down at home.
But as the latest wave has shown, re-infections have become more common. Already, many people are reporting their second or even third infections of the pandemic, even after receiving their booster shots.
Does that sound like you? If so, we want to talk.
We’re asking readers who’ve battled Covid more than once: What’s your advice for getting through a Covid infection? As someone who has been through the experience more than once, what are your best tips for getting through it — physically, mentally or otherwise?
If you’d like to participate, you can fill out this form below. We may use your response in an upcoming newsletter.