I particularly appreciated the discussion about length of quarantine.
I doubt many people now will self quarantine for 10 days abroad. I am avoiding the moral dilemma by staying home, mainly because i do not want to catch Covid, get sick, etc. But with the relaxation of the rules, I have to believe that very few people are doing what is recommended by the various experts, and that should give anyone who is flying some pause.
I think they kind of glossed over the issue of your US doctor prescribing medications in other countries.
think they kind of glossed over the issue of your US doctor prescribing medications in other countries.
I have heard anecdotally from friends and family mixed reports on the benefits of taking Paxlovid, and regardless, taking it would not make any difference in the 10 day quarantine recommendation for someone who tests positive (assuming anyone is going to bother with following that recommendation now that the rules have been relaxed).
Thanks for that link, very interesting especially about the more or less conflicting advice from CDC on 5 days vs 10 days for isolation.
I can't remember if someone posted the link to Cameron Hewitt's most recent blog post where he discusses getting Covid in Scotland and his decision-making process for returning home.
His experience and comments regarding his Lufthansa flight were interesting too.