Author Topic: Covid Culture (was Outbreak Culture)  (Read 93045 times)

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Offline Black Dog

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Re: Covid Culture (was Outbreak Culture)
« Reply #5250 on: January 17, 2023, 12:27:07 pm »
Lol, itís irrelevant that long covid symptoms clear up in less than a year.  Only irrelevant to Branch Covidians.  The graph cited up to 1885 because it was a response and context to data from 1900 to the present.  Youíre a stupid retard, abs so is your retarded butt buddy.  Dumb as f**king bricks.

If you had a single functioning brain cell in your goddamned skull and knew how to read, you'd see the study only looked at people with "mild covid-19" so we don't yet know how people with more severe infections fare. As for your claim that long covid is "rare", the study (which looked at the UK) indicated that 2.4% of the population (1.5 million people) claimed to have long covid symptoms persisting for more than four weeks after the initial infection. Whether that constitutes "rare" is a matter of opinion, but the fact you went on to say that young people dying suddenly is "not rare" based on a few anecdotes really underscores what a moronic, mendacious piece of **** you are.