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JaxDad

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azdryheat wrote:

99.6% survival rate.


Buy some new batteries for your calculator.

Even using round numbers there’s been 10.9 million cases in the US so far. 0.4% would then be 43,600 deaths.

Except there’s been 245,000 deaths, that’s 5.6 times more than 99.6%.

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It’s the utter disregard for the health care workers that gets me. Complete burn out in some places already. But hey, it’s their duty to look after me, even if I’m a moron and ignore their professional council.

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Reisender wrote:

It’s the utter disregard for the health care workers that gets me. Complete burn out in some places already. But hey, it’s their duty to look after me, even if I’m a moron and ignore their professional council.


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35-55% have people who get a mild case of covid and don't need the hospital, are still sick months later.

92% of people who are hospitalized are still sick, months later.

50% of people who have no symptoms at all have heart damage.

I'm in the first group. I had an extremely mild case of covid in March. I never even had a fever. Just a bit of a cough. I was able to keep working at home.

My doctor had me decreasing my steroid inhaler dose, phasing it out, when I had a relapse in July. I learned that a relapse in month 4 is very common. It made me worse than I was with the original illness.

8 months later, I'm on the highest dose of steroid inhaler. I can be out of bed an active for 1 hour per day. Then I run out of air and it takes me 23 hours to recover.

I'm alive, but it's not much of a life. I don't recommend it.


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