Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The sixth house rules day-to-day projects that cross your desk, but it also rules your health. While the first house rules your vitality, the sixth house, where the full moon will fall, covers the preventative steps you take to stay healthy. It would be a good idea to go for an annual exam, to have your eyes checked, and to visit your dentist. Overall, a full moon in the sixth house sometimes temporarily lowers energy, so you might be glad to stay home and get some extra rest.
Here is the interesting part about this January 28 full moon. On one hand, Uranus and Mars will still be moving together in your third house of travel. When these two planets are so close, it can be much too dangerous to be on the road.
Mars and Uranus will be in hard angle (90 degrees) to the Sun, Jupiter, and Saturn in your twelfth house of confinement. That twelfth house covers quarantining at home, hospitals, nursing homes, rehab centers, and physical therapy centers. This is no time to take chances with your health, such as meeting up with a group of friends (risking COVID) or by driving in dangerous weather conditions (risking a crash).
If you were to suddenly need a hospital bed, most cities across the world have little extra room, and medical personnel would have to decide which patients to accept and who to send home—in some cases, perhaps, to die. That is battlefield protocol that is resorted to when staff and resources are stretched to the limit. Yikes! Stay home!