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People fighting pandemic fatigue or who are dismissive of the risks are gathering with friends and family, and doing so more often indoors as cold weather arrives.
While I am feeling the fatigue of virtual-only conferences, its investors are betting that events in a post-pandemic world will have a hybrid model.
She probably gave it to my son-in-law, because now he’s got weakness, fatigue, shortness of breath.
It seems clear that fatigue resistance is an important ingredient for marathon success, but the problem for running scientists is that there’s no convenient way of measuring it—other than, well, running a marathon.
The safest bet, then, is to treat the onset of exhaustion as if it were real fatigue.
WHY YOU'RE TIRED ALL THE TIMEBRAD STULBERGNOVEMBER 5, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
You combine that with the fact that this is a slow-moving crisis with risk fatigue starting to settle in, and you can see why public perception is what it is.
Zaks told investors during last week’s conference call that the most common side effects of the vaccine are headache, fatigue, muscle pain, chills, and injection site pain which can be “mild to moderate in severity.”
Costi Sifri, director of hospital epidemiology at UVA Health in Charlottesville, said “virus fatigue” has started to set in, with some people opting out of precautions they took earlier in the pandemic.
D.C. REGION HITS 11-WEEK HIGH IN CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS BUT AVOIDS SPIKES SEEN ELSEWHEREDANA HEDGPETH, LAURA VOZZELLA, LOLA FADULU, REBECCA TANOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Even young people who get it and recover can experience continuing cognitive effects, fatigue and potentially heart and lung damage.
This kind of fatigue is not unique to pandemic precautions like sticking with social distancing, masking up and keeping your hands washed.

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