- After attending a birthday celebration, Brian May reported that he tested positive for Covid-19. “Yep. For me, the awful day had finally arrived. The all-too-familiar double red line, And, no, I don’t want sympathy; it’s been a very dreadful few days, but I’m fine. And I’ll tell you everything about it. Please be cautious out there, decent people. This thing is quite contagious. You don’t want it to ruin your holiday season. With affection — Bri, “He expressed himself on Instagram.
The Queen Singer and his wife Anita have been “very cautious” during the epidemic, characterizing their lack of movement as “quite hermit-like.” Yet, they have decided to attend a birthday lunch.
“We decided to attend to a birthday lunch last Saturday, and we thought, ah, this is the final social occasion we’ll go to – not that we go to many anyway – we’ll risk it,” he said in a video. According to Brian, visitors were “tripled poked” before attending the meal and given a lateral flow test to ensure they were not contaminated with Covid-19.
“It appeared to be a certain situation: you had a negative test and a triple jab, so what could go wrong? We didn’t wear masks because we assumed we were in a protective cocoon. That is not the case.” Since testing positive, the actor has kept fans updated on his recovery and urged them to be vaccinated, claiming that it is the only way his body can properly battle the infection.
“I can’t stress this enough: this is not the natural response my body would have had. It’s responding since I’ve received three Pfizer injections. And I beg and entreat you to get jabbed if you haven’t already done so because you need it, “he stated.
After contracting the ‘terrible’ Covid during a party, Queen’s Brian May appeals for vaccinations:
Guitarist Brian May, 74, claimed he and actress wife Anita Dobson had made the ‘wrong decision’ by attending a maskless party to celebrate a friend’s birthday last week, as they were infected with the ‘awful’ virus. Following his recent encounter with COVID at a maskless party, Queen Guitarist Brian May has advised people to be vaccinated.
The 74-year-old musician came to Instagram to announce that he had tested positive for the virus. He accompanied a photo of him holding a lateral flow test. He informed his followers how he had made “the wrong mistake” by going to the party. Brian and his actress wife Anita Dobson, 72, had been “very cautious” during the epidemic. Still, despite being “hermit-like” when it came to socializing, they had opted to attend a birthday lunch with a small group of friends on December 11th.
Everyone in attendance had to give negative Covid tests, and Brian said they believed they could ‘chance it’ because everyone had been vaccinated twice and had had the booster.
“We decided to go to a birthday lunch, and we thought, well, this is the last social function we’ll go to – not that we go to many anyway, so we’ll take a chance,” he explained. “Everyone’s going to be triple-jabbed, everyone’s going to be with one of these things [lateral flow test] that says you’ll be negative in the morning.”
Brian admitted that he was aware of the dangers but that they set up the party extremely carefully.’ Still, the rocker now regrets their decision after being caught by Covid Professor Chris Whitty. He continued, he encouraged individuals in the UK to prioritize who they would be socializing with over the holiday season to minimize any non-essential contact to reduce the growing instances.
“We did,” Brian said, “and in retrospect, perhaps we made the incorrect decision,” since they “felt we were in a safe bubble, so we didn’t wear masks.” On Monday, he and his wife Anita began to show signs of Covid, and by Tuesday, eight of the partygoers had ‘already tested positive.’
He claimed in the video, “We’re testing the whole time, and we’re testing negative.” “It occurred to me that they had been testing negative up to this point.” After that, the Queen rocker and his wife conducted another lateral flow test, which confirmed that they had been infected with the virus.
It’s a Wonderful Life is the ideal holiday movie:
What we need in this dreary midwinter — and this one is bleaker than others — is a good Christmas film that captures the true heart of Christmas. No, I’m not referring to Will Ferrell’s gruesome Elf. Frank Capra’s 1946 film It’s a Wonderful Life took first place in a Radio Times poll this year.
There are no surprises here. The wonderful thing about AWL is that it celebrates feeling while scoffing at cynicism and gloom. The heart of the situation is that everyone matters; we all value it no matter how bad things appear.
It’s hardly unexpected that The Muppet Christmas Carol comes in second in the survey. Capra adapted the plot from Philip Van Doren Stern’s short story The Greatest Gift (1943), based on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Both reflect on their lives, weighing the pros and disadvantages, and pondering the possibility of atonement. In the film, a family man named George Bailey is contemplating financial collapse and death. However, he is prevented from jumping from a bridge when another person falls into the frigid water, and he rushes in to save a life rather than toss one away.
The appreciative stranger identifies himself as Clarence Odbody, AS2, or angel second class, his guardian angel, while they dry off. Many prayers have been sent to Heaven for George, and Clarence has been dispatched to straighten things out and earn his angel wings.
Gagging sounds may be made by intelligent folks allergic to the notion at this point, but stay with it. Clarence shows George what would have occurred if he hadn’t been born, and George wishes he’d never been born.
It turns out that the world would have been a far worse, bleaker place if this had happened. George discovers that his actions of kindness and self-sacrifice for his family and community impact. As a result, he goes home just in time for Christmas, and everything works out.
It’s a delightful retelling of the Christmas narrative, and it must have saved a lot of miserable, sad souls. Finally, George dashes back to his house, exclaiming “Merry Christmas!” to everyone. And for the first time, you understand what it means.