Vaccinated people may share this symptom if they're COVID+
Given the implication of the second wave and the underlying dangers of a possible third wave, it is extremely important for everyone to get themselves 'fully vaccinated' against COVID-19. While vaccination does not mean that you won't contract the deadly virus, it sure can lower the chances of severe COVID symptoms.
Royals who had an unfortunate experience
As extravagant as the royal life may appear, it can be as scandalous and controversial at the same time. Throughout the British royal history, royal members and their bittersweet relationship with royal protocols have caught the eye of the public and have remained in the headlines for various reasons.
Here's how an anxiety attack feels like
That feeling of fear, worry, apprehension and stress is called anxiety. Anxiety is our body’s natural reaction to danger and can occur by worrying about an event or an incident such as joining a new job, taking an exam or any other major life event. Mild anxiety can actually be beneficial in pushing someone to work or overcome a challenging situation but when it starts to affect someone’s day-to-day functioning, it becomes harmful and needs to be addressed.
Is there a need for a COVID booster shot? Here's what WHO says
Given the emergence of multiple new SARs-COV-2 variants, health authorities are extremely concerned about vaccine efficacy. The Delta variant, which is a possible driving force of the second wave of COVID-19, is said to be highly infectious and transmissible, which can also cause breakthrough infections.