Virus warning

Yesterday Adam at Inquiring Mind blogged he was feeling unwell .

Today  I’ve got a sore throat and other symptoms which  warn of the onset of a cold.

Could this be blog to blog infection and if so would it have been caused by a computer virus?

10 Responses to Virus warning

  1. Adolf Fiinkensein says:

    It takes between three and four weeks to go away.

    Batten down the hatches.


  2. Fredinthegrass says:

    “Beware the Computer – it is more powerful than you realise.”

    It moves in strange ways.


  3. charlie says:

    Seven days from the first sniffle to the full onset and with four days of misery behind me I think I’m feeling a little better. Still miserable with the hoicking, coughing and sneezing though, whimper….whimper…


  4. Inventory2 says:

    Thus far this winter, all at Keeping Stock HQ have been hale and hearty, and thus far, free of winter bugs. W(h)anganui has been unseasonably mild this week.


  5. Gravedodger says:

    Beware Ele this years model is ignoring flue vacs and even worse it is attacking the females of the species with the same vigor as traditional “manflue” attacks healthy males.
    Dr GD recommends the old remedy rest, fluids, warmth, vit C and patience. Some have had multi attacks lasting up to a month. Good luck and please dont turn your computor off it was a comfort to me and I will risk reinfection.


  6. Paul Corrigan says:

    I’ve had one cold after another since the beginning of June.

    Since I have a laptop that I can use from my bed, does that mean I’ve picked up extra viruses?


  7. adamsmith1922 says:

    You are right about the bloody thing recurring this is at least my second lot in the last few weeks


  8. Yet I’m as fit as a fiddle!


  9. homepaddock says:

    It might be that fresh Southland air you breathe, Robert.


  10. I think so Ele, along with the organic food I eat.
    The water I drink comes from the roof and not from the Aparima river like most of my neighbours. I think that makes a huge difference.
    The rivers in Southland are worsening rapidly, in terms of their drinkability, ecoli and nitrate content etc.
    I blame … humans for that 🙂


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