There is a lot of information on the internet about Covid- 19 and the Delta Variant. So, what sources are reliable? There is a significant amount of misinformation spreading online. First and foremost, you can not believe everything you read online. When researching information make sure the information is coming from a reputable source, and also cross checking information with other reputable sources to be aware and inform. The Delta Variant is more contagious. According to the CDC (Center of Disease Control) the Delta Variant is twice as contagious than previous variants. This is why it’s important to be informed by the correct sources.
Social media is a wonderful place where people can share their lives and opinions with their followers. Remember, most things on social media are opinion based and not based on facts.There may be some reliable sources about the pandemic but its imperative to fact check. Most importantly, reach out to your primary care provider if you have any questions pertaining to Covid-19 and the Delta Variant.
One of the big decisions for most people is whether to get vaccinated or not. It is a personal decision. Crescent City Optical is only providing insight to that decision. It is ultimately a personal choice that should be made once you are well informed. Covid-19 is ever evolving and there is a lot about the virus that’s still unknown due to it impacting each individual differently. It takes time to research and time to fully understand the nature of the virus and the effects. Let’s go over some of the the facts and myths of Covid -19 and the Delta Variant. It’s time to bust some common myths.Below are some links to myths and facts
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