Common questions

What are some of the symptoms of Delta variant?

What are some of the symptoms of Delta variant?

Typically, vaccinated people are either asymptomatic or have very mild symptoms if they contract the Delta variant. Their symptoms are more like those of a common cold, such as cough, fever or headache, with the addition of significant loss of smell.

How long do Delta variant symptoms last?

Ostrosky said once a person is infected with delta, the illness lasts roughly as long as the original virus, which is two weeks. If a person is admitted to the hospital for severe symptoms, treatment options are the same for most delta patients and people infected with other COVID strains.

What’s different about the Delta variant of Covid-19?

The CDC said the main difference between the delta variant and previous strains is that delta is highly contagious and likely more severe. Plus, breakthrough infections caused by delta may be as transmissible as unvaccinated cases.

Is it safe to take the Covid vaccine?

COVID-19 is a bigger risk than vaccine side effects But there are safety nets in place to monitor the COVID-19 vaccines, and they are still working as they should. The COVID-19 vaccines are proven to be overwhelmingly safe for most people.

Should I get vaccinated after having Covid?

Getting your immunisation even after you have had Covid, it’s an amazing boost to your immune system and it might help to continue to protect yourself and people around you and potentially for a longer period of time than your natural immunity would have provided without the extra vaccine doses.

Where does the water come from in the back of a Mini Cooper?

The carpet in the boot was dry but it looks as if the water is coming from just under the rear seat backs; there is a metal crossmember built into the floor under the seat backs, covered by carpet and the metal is wet. it seems like the water is coming in from this area and pooling in the tool tray area.

Where does the water go in a camper van?

Gray water tanks collect used water that goes down the drain from washing dishes, cooking, tooth brushing, hand washing – everything other than human waste and chemicals. Gray water tanks can be stored inside or outside your van, depending on how big of a tank you choose.

Why is the inside of my Mini Cooper leaking?

New Mini leaking water inside !!!! Bummer, I noticed the carpets were damp after a night of rain over the weekend and some streaks of water visible on the left hand side of the passenger footwell.

Do you need a hot shower in a camper van?

A 5-minute hot shower might be a luxury, but when it comes down to it, you don’t want to run out of water in a tight spot unsure of the nearest fill. Plus, it’s not fun having to search for a water source when you’re in the middle of cooking or cleaning in your van or right before you head out for a big hike. How much water do I want in my van?

What kind of suspension did the mini have?

As launched, the Mini had simpler suspension made from conical springs of solid rubber. These were compact, saving on intrusion into the cabin space, and required no maintenance. The fully independent suspension the rubber cones provided was almost unheard of in low-cost cars of the time.

What can I do about a noisy water pump in my car?

The only fix for a noisy water pump is to replace it. Because of its location (often under the timing belt cover and bolted to the engine block), an awful lot of parts have to be removed to get to it, so it can take several hundred dollars worth of labor to replace a $50 part.

What was the name of the first mini car?

In 1966, the first-placed Mini (along with nine other cars) was disqualified after the finish, under a controversial decision that the car’s headlights were against the rules. On its introduction in August 1959, the Mini was marketed under the Austin and Morris names, as the Austin Seven and Morris Mini-Minor.

What are the dimensions of a mini car?

He laid down some basic design requirements – the car should be contained within a box that measured 10×4×4 feet (3.0×1.2×1.2 m); and the passenger accommodation should occupy 6 feet (1.8 m) of the 10-foot (3.0 m) length; and the engine, for reasons of cost, should be an existing unit.

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Ruth Doyle