When Covid-19 first evolved into a full-blown pandemic,Â the virus would attack the lungs which caused so many deaths. But this greatly receded with the advent of Delta, as well as herd immunity first starting to kick in, before the vaccines produced many more cases. But the newest variant, omicron, attacks the nose and nasal system but doesn’t go into the lungs, which is why there have statistically zero deaths. Omicron is contagious but you won’t die. It is suggested that people take the booster to fight omicron, but also take aspirin nightly to mitigate any chances of cardiac issues resulting from the experimental and evolving nature of the vaccine. Finally, some doctors now say we will never get rid of covid-19 or any of it’s variants. While we have lost 800,000 Americans to Covid-19 (though that number may have been greatly inflated due to comorbidities in the vast majority of all those deaths), any new variant will effectively be less deadly, and some say its now reached the relatively benign level of the common flu.