I plan on living forever. Or die trying.
I am traveling tomorrow with unknown net access upon arrival. I may be less active for the next ten days.
Thanks for letting me know! I had intended to get caught up this week myself, but I've been finding it harder than I expected to get computer time. I'll do my best to roll this round ASAP.I am traveling tomorrow with unknown net access upon arrival. I may be less active for the next ten days.
Testing was available a few weeks after I was sick. The trouble is, testing negative weeks later (or now) doesn't mean I didn't have it. (Antibody testing is possible but also not easily available, and somewhat pointless.) It ultimately doesn't matter if I had it or not because there's no specific treatment. They can only treat the symptoms I have (so far nothing has worked). It's not like they can say "oh you had covid - here is the cure." There isn't one.Fitz, testing is now available and it is known that covid can do long lasting damage.
I'd love to try that, but it looks like I don't qualify. It says that you mus have been: "confirmed positive by a laboratory test" - I didn't, I tested negative four weeks after I had been sick. AND be "fully recovered and symptom-free" - which I'm not. I've had symptoms for six months. Everyone I talked to (doctors I mean) think that I had it, but the test came back negative because it had been too long. My current symptoms are considered an "aftermath" thing - it is known to throw something like one-in-seven people into some kind of autoimmune chaos. I have recovered, but my immune system thinks it still needs to fight. Or so I've been told. We've tried quite a few things to treat my symptoms - most of them make things worse! (I think the mistake early-on was to try things that boost immune systems, but if my immune system is on overdrive, well, that seem likely to backfire, under the circumstances.
That sounds like good work.I have been indirectly involved in development of convalescent hyperimmune sera treatment against covid-19, working in a company in Australia. There is a world-wide consortium (The Alliance) of blood-product companies that will make the product as un-branded and not-for-profit (CSL consortium to make plasma against coronavirus).
Good point. Yes, there is a small (duck into it) entrance on the east side around U39.I don't see myself going anywhere. Er, is there a way into the tower? Harb's no good at Athletics.