The iconic rock band Queen guitarist and founder, Brian May has been dealing with getting rid of pandemics for a while, as he recently informed his last situation during his healing process.
As many of us know, Brian May has recently shared a post through his social media to let his fans know he has been dealing with the ongoing coronavirus, along with reflecting the effects of the virus and more. And from that day, the talented 74-year-old guitarist has also never stopped informing his fans, documenting the process. And Monday morning on December 27, Queen guitarist has updated his fans again about how he’s been affected by a coronavirus in the last few days.
“I’m still baffled … but THANKS folks for a million views on this post (about 10 posts ago) – I’m glad it was useful.
Today I’m at day 16 after the event which infected me with the Omicron variant of Covid. I’m still congested with a slight cough, and still sleeping too much. But I’ve been consistently negative in lateral flow tests for a number of days now. I feel pretty much fine except for tiredness – but that may be partly due to the fact that most days I choose to do my cardio exercise on the bike rather than rest!
So do not fear out there – it seems that in most cases there is life after Omicron. But DO be very careful. Even if the booster shot is shown to be little defense against Omicron, the previous variants are still out there – against which the shots are a proven good defense. And those previous variants are still deadly. My advice? Don’t relax your guard. Minimize your contacts. Good luck !!! Bri,” wrote Brian May to thank fans for their consideration as they hit a million views to his original post announcing his COVID-19 diagnosis, letting also them know how his current condition going on, as well.
Brian May also added: “NEO-COVID’ ? I have one more piece of random advice. It’s really pure speculation – I don’t have access to research data on infections. This is based purely upon what I have seen, and would rightly be judged to be anecdotal. But around clusters of definite Covid infections over the last couple of weeks, I have noticed that there seem to be groups of people who suddenly get nasty colds, which do not ever produce a positive result in a lateral flow test. The particular ‘colds’ they get seem to exhibit almost identical symptoms to the cluster of positive Covid infected that they were close to. It seems like too much of a coincidence to me. I have this feeling that there might be a kind of ‘neo–Covid’ reaction out there, perhaps in people who have an immunity for one reason or another or perhaps only receive a low viral load at the point of infection. Why would this matter? Well, if their symptoms are being caused by the Omicron virus but they are hidden, there must be a possibility that they can infect people around them with the virus. Right? So my advice is stay away from people who suddenly, for no apparent reason, get nasty colds. And if you get one, think about your family and friends. Bri”.
The talented guitarist of Queen Brian May first announced he and his wife, Anita Dobson, apparently contracted the virus a week ago, after going to a birthday lunch with some friends. He explained how he got the disease, despite they felt safe because the lunch seemed like a “safe situation,” as they also have both been vaccinated and had taken a lateral flow test that morning, as well.
While the iconic rock band Queen‘s guitarist kept informing his fans, he also shared how he is vaccinated with “three Pfizer jabs.”
“My deduction that it was Omicron is based on,” started Brian May explaining,
“(1) the speed and pervasiveness of the spread of infection in that room … (2) the symptoms. I was badly congested, feverish, and coughing for around two days, but I never lost my sense of taste or smell, and — much more importantly — never had difficulty with breathing in the lungs. So this new variant is a very different beast from the one which first put all our lives on hold nearly two years ago.”
As one of the biggest rock bands in all history keeps growing its fan base, Queen still remains its career for more than 5-decade with lots of successes it has achieved along the way. So, it’s no secret as well that its members are also doing just great, as much as they do in their bands. And before he got sick, the founder member and the guitarist of Queen, Brian May had appeared in an interview, revealing he’s been thinking about making his upcoming solo album instrumental, along with more details.