Peter Heliar was recently hit with covid despite being double waxed – now there’s one thing the project star wants to know.
Comedian Peter Heliar used an interview with COVID expert Dr Norman Swann on Thursday night’s episode of The Project to ask him about his own health, a month after fighting COVID.
46-year-old Heliyar suddenly disappeared Assignment or Project panel in early November, and revealed via social media that this was because he was diagnosed with covid, Double-vaccinated at the time, Comic described the symptoms as no worse than a “mild cold.”
A month later, and with the new Omicron version of the virus bursting through the community, Heliar had an interesting question for Dr. Swann: Should he and others like him who have recently been infected get a vaccine? booster” shots. Or will their natural immunity be enough to protect them?
“There are many different pieces of advice for people who have had COVID – including me, Captain Covid – when is the right time?” He asked.
“For people who have had the infection, the good news is that this is equivalent to taking a third dose of the vaccine,” Swann said. “So Pete, you can be fine, at least for the time being.”
“I was double-waxed when I got covid,” Heliyar told her.
“So you’ve effectively taken the third dose, and probably not a dangerous rush. But if you have a fourth, you won’t be hurt, just to be sure,” he advised.
Heliar many regular . was one of Assignment or Project personalities have recently caught covid Chrissy Swann And Kate Langbrock both contracted it, too. Heliar revealed in a radio interview earlier this month that he “Probably” contracted the virus from Langbroke.
Elsewhere in Thursday’s interview, Dr Swann delivered some worrying news for anyone who had received the much-discredited AstraZeneca vaccine, telling hosts that data out of the UK shows that “Astra, about 14 Or after 15 weeks, there is zero protection against symptomatic disease.. It’s probably got some protection from hospitalization, but no protection from symptomatic disease. So the British went three months (for the booster), and so we It should be done.”
This was related news for panelist Jan Fran, one of several young Australians. AstraZeneca to choose When it was the only vaccine widely available to protect ourselves from COVID.
“Hearing you say that doesn’t give me a lot of confidence,” she said, telling Dr. Swann that she chose AstraZeneca “somewhat ungratefully.”
“What advice do you have for people like me who may be worried they have no security?”
Dr. Swan reiterated that AstraZeneca did offer some protection against hospitalization – “but what you have to do is, as soon as you qualify, get a booster. Whatever is available, Pfizer or Moderna. And this In between, I’ll wear a mask and take a little care.”
Dr. Swann’s appearance on The Project comes amid blast covid case number in Australia, and a day after a leading epidemiologist Explained a theory about the Omicron version She Assignment or Project Host Hamish McDonald admitted during Wednesday night’s episode that he was “scaring the hell out”.
World Health Organization COVID Response Advisor, Professor Mary-Louise MacLaws explained an early theory Regarding the version, which, if proven correct, would explain why it appears to be so much more permeable than older versions of the virus.