Excellent! That's been a prevailing theory but it is great to see she may have found some proof.Some insight into the possible causative mechanisms of long COVID: resistant microclots.
South African scientist thinks she may have solved the mystery of long COVID-19, which afflicts 100M peopleA recent study by Resia Pretorius and her team at Stellenbosch University in South Africa suggests that long COVID-19 may be triggered by microclots.thehill.com
More than a dozen have already managed to come back on other flights, most likely while Covid positive. It was a bunch of reality TV "stars", social media influencers, and late teens/early 20s. Pretty much guaranteed to be a crap show, and it was. The whole bunch might well end up on the no-fly list.I guess I'm just really, really frustrated with having to do the right thing all the time, and then watching people like those Canadian idiots in Mexico - Canadian Idiots Stranded in Mexico - basically act like spoiled children and screw things up for those of us who are actually trying to fix the problem.
If folks had just done what the doctors suggested TWO FREAKING YEARS AGO, we'd be out of this mess by now. Saying that it's "just a difference in culture" doesn't really help frankly. It would be nice if folks would just get with the program so we could finally put this crap behind us.
You mean, how do they count someone who has broken their leg badly, but is covid-positive and asymptomatic? I don't think they count that as a hospitalization due to covid in these numbers.Are the hospitalization numbers everyone at a hospital who has tested positive, or those with relevant hospital-worthy symptoms or follow-up conditions who tested positive?
You mean, how do they count someone who has broken their leg badly, but is covid-positive and asymptomatic? I don't think they count that as a hospitalization due to covid in these numbers.
People, Governments, Hospitals, Businesses, NGOs, etc. have been manipulating "hospitalized because of covid" vs. "hospitalized with covid" numbers since the pandemic began.
I guess the silver lining is that Omicron isn't as deadly and vaccinations are much higher than last winter. From the links you provided earlier, the number of Covid cases there is nearly triple what it was last year, but hospitalizations, though a bit higher, are not anywhere near triple. That's something.Ugh. Hospitalizations for Covid-19 here in MA have increased 40% in a single week.
I for one welcome our NZ overlords.We are aware. Unfortunately NZ can't rule the world yet that's our long term plan.
F.Y.I. Viagra may be added to the list of drugs used for therapeutic (not preventative) treatment of COVID.