Thinking of our situation today I still consider myself lucky since I still have a job. Based on what I read, adults in households with job loss or lower incomes report higher rates of symptoms of mental illness than those without job or income loss (53% vs. 32%). But, still, I'm worried of maybe I'm just over reacting about getting infected with the virus specially about Delta Variant, which is more transmissible. Thinking about it gives me panic attacks.
I know it's hard with the pandemic still around and all these new variants about my Nephew and friend got it a couple of weeks a go and they said it's like having a really bad cough and it runs you down and you have no energy so all you can do is stay in bed. I was in hospital Monday night after a heart scare and a patient tested positive for Covid in the ward. So they sent home anyone who can be okay at home which included me. And I'm on a 10 day quarantine due to be safe. So if you wear your mask and do what the health authorities say you should be fine.