They had signs posted in the lifts for a while. I didn’t really see the point of getting it, though RATs are nothing to sneeze at. Definitely grateful for the tests and the masks. Those things are a big cost.
The government had wanted to do universal testing in mid-March. They moved the summer holiday for local schools to accommodate it. Then they pushed the testing back to the beginning of April. Now, what we have to do is take a Rapid Antigen Test for three days from 8th April to 10th April. For a few of us, that isn’t necessary.
During the last week, we all received our 3rd jab in the hope of traveling this summer. My mom purchased our plane tickets for July. I’ve been trying to get a quarantine hotel, but all of the hotels I’ve contacted aren’t booking for August yet. It’s making things a bit stressful. Luckily, it’s only a week for the quarantine now instead of 3 weeks. It would be better if we could quarantine at home. Such is life, I suppose.
Oh! One thing we got was some Chines medicine. Here’s what’s in it. I thought it would be interesting to see what the different ingredients listed on the package looked like. For myself, I won’t take the medication because I really don’t need it. I have no issue with it at all. It’s just different from what I’m used to at home.
- Forsythiae Fructus
2. Eohedae Herba (honey-fried)
3. Lonicerae Japonicae Flos
4. Isatisdis Radix
5. Dryopteridis Crassirhizomatis Rhizoma
6. Pogostemonis Herba
7. Rhodiolae Crenulatae Radix
Some of them are really pretty. =].
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