29 November 2020: The number of Covid-19 patients on ICU is back under 1,000 but hey, here is another bummer…
29 November 2020: Update on The Corona Pandemic – The latest figures on the coronavirus pandemic in Belgium show a continuation of the positive trend. For the first time since 28 October the number of patients on intensive care wards has fallen below 1,000. On Friday 27 November there were 229 hospital admissions, while 326 COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospital. All good news but hey, here is another bummer. Yesterday I learned that there is a good chance that people who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 will still have to quarantine. We know that the vaccines that are coming to market will protect us against the disease, however, according to virologists and health officials it is not yet clear whether the vaccine will also protect us against an infection. Hence, vaccinated people might still carry the virus. If this statement is backed up by sufficient data it would mean that we’ll have to wait until sufficient people are vaccinated, fewer virus is circulating, and herd immunity is reached before we can go back to our normal lives. I understand the scientific rational, but for sure it doesn’t make me a happy camper. To cheer us up Ghent has decorated the city with Christmas trees and thousands of lights. The eye-catcher this year is a large luminous dragon on the Graslei. The light construction makes reference to the golden dragon on the Belfry that has been protecting the city since 1377 – Ghent, Belgium
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