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50% of mild, moderate COVID patients still have symptoms after 6 months

Clinical Microbiology and Infection, evaluated 103 people over the age of 18 who had coronavirus between April and October 2020. The people had mild to moderate symptoms, meaning that while they were not asymptomatic, they were not hospitalized with a more severe case of the disease.

“It is very scary that after six months, young people who were healthy and feeling fine before coronavirus still have symptoms,” said Dr. Sarah Israel of Hadassah-University Medical Center, who helped author the report.
At six months, 46% of the patients had at least one unresolved symptom, most commonly fatigue (22%), smell and taste changes (15%) or breathing difficulties (8%).


https://www.jpost.com/health-science/50-percent-of-mild-moderate-covid-patients-still-have-symptoms-after-6-months-study-659657
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>evaluated 103 people

needs a bigger study
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>>795740
big studies are worse, due to selection bias.
103 people is more than enough if it is a random, representative sample.
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>>795967
>big studies are worse
No.
>selection bias
Much eachier to pick the right kind of people for a smaller studies friend. And then the problem is biased picking, not how big the study is.
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We must not underestimate the low intelligence of Americans, where 60% of adults believe in Creationism (pseudoscience) rather than evolution theory. Trump is just a symbol of arrogant, selfish, and poorly foresighted Americans.
His supporters, who are easily deceived by conspiracy theories and fake, are victims of inadequate low-level education.
What they need is not punishment, exclusion, criticism or neglect, i.e., hatred, but media/science literacy, logical thinking, problem-solving ability, treatment of delusional personality disorder by psychotherapy/counseling, i.e., love.
Thanks to political amateur Trump administration, the USA had been ridiculed from all over the world, and its international credibility, leadership, and persuasiveness have been lost. Now is the time to make America great again.in real

"Emotions Self-Responsibility Theory"
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Fake news. Anything related to the plandemic is fake news.
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I'll never understand this current time of blaming all parties for spreading C19. Everything went down the hill as soon as this 'pandemic' turned into a political game. Don't you peoples know the definition of terror anymore? We are living in terror and no one cares about that. What happened to virologist experts? They don't have rights to say what is going on and as soon as someone steps out and tries to tell something informative, he/she is labeled as a conspiracy lunatic.
>Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
>Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
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>>796007
C19 is how I will write it from now on
the BIG C19
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>>795597
Lies
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"Covid-19" is and always was a giant hoax
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>>796029
>>796032
>>>/x/
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>>796045
If you don't have anything constructive to say just keep quiet kid
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I got Covid in January and I still feel weird chest pains. I hope this shit goes away with time.
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>>796067
>le hoax
>constructive
Ironic
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So the fascist right wing in America are demanding Biden fire Faucci.
Is it because he's allowed to tell the American people the facts about the Trump Virus and it's going to take a while to bring this under control after Trump and the Republicans allowed the Trump Virus to ravage America?
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>>796096
Stop trying to poison people's minds with your lies
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>>796100
>Trump virus
Rent free
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>>796120
https://doggett.house.gov/media-center/blog-posts/timeline-trump-s-coronavirus-responses
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>>796117
My family got the virus
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>>796121
It came from China
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>>796123
Lots of people get the flu, don't act like you're special.
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>>796131
Trump did everything to make sure it spread all across the US, even is half assed 'travel ban' was a perfect way to spread.
It's the Trump Virus kiddo.
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>>796132
It wasn't the flu, retard
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>>796100
>So the fascist right wing in America are demanding Biden fire Faucci.
Still!? Their king could have nixed Reagan-appointed Faucci at any time during his four years, but even Trump wasn't stupid enough to fire the most experienced pandemic expert the White House had.

Who are these folks who are even more retarded than Trump?
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>>796133
You mean the travel ban that dems cried and screamed was "racist"? You can't put this all on Trump. The reality is, it's easy to look back and say "could've, should've, would've", but that's not going to fix anything. Sure Trump dropped the ball on some things, so did the dems, so did China, it's a big shit sandwich and everyone has to take a bite.
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>>796133
>rent free
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>>796135
Prove it
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>>796151
>Thinking the Dems had any influence
Also Trump and the Republicans are racists, thanks for reminding us.
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>>796136
I looked it up, it looks like it's the right's most famous cuckold Ben Shapiro that's leading the charge.
His attempt to produce a movie with that anti-Semite must have already fallen through.
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>>796169
"I don't want my children growing up in a racial jungle"
"Minorities don't know how to get online "
- Joe Biden
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>>796170
>Gina Carano
>anti-semite
Choose one
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>>796174
>"Republican's have it worse than Jews during the holocaust"
I'll choose both.
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>>796135
I got it too, it was the weakest shit ever and I didnt even take a day off work.

do you want a cookie or something what do you want
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>>796170
>His attempt to produce a movie with that anti-Semite must have already fallen through.
Always amuses me how much leftists get triggered by strong women they can't control, going so far as to make up fake antisemitic accusations.

Gotta beat the women into line somehow, right?
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>>796175
>>"Republican's have it worse than Jews during the holocaust"
>I'll choose both.
You should try not making things up that were never said. We get it, you can't deal with strong women.
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>>796176
Viruses doesn't affect all organisms the same way, idiot

How do you not know this
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>>796177
Comparing people being mean to you in public for your abhorrent political views to Jews being genocided in the holocaust is pretty anti-semitic.

>You should try not making things up that were never said.
She directly compared being a Republican to being a jew in the holocaust. Did you not see her post?
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>>796204
>Viruses doesn't affect all organisms the same way, idiot

yeah but stupid lock downs do and did you even die?
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>>796211
I'm sorry your government forces you to stay inside, but that seems more like your problem. In my country that shit doesn't happen and I could go out to the park right now. That still doesn't mean the virus doesn't exist or that we shouldn't take measures against it.

Faggot
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>>796179
>strong women
It's always a puzzle how the rightwing women loud mouths denouncjng "muh Progressives" who have benefited the most from progressive policies now shriek and gnash their teeth at progressives. They would literally be sitting in a leaky single wide trailer with 6 spawn spewed in 7 years waiting for Billy Bob to come home from his jerb pumping septic tanks to beat her senseless because her Hamburger Helper dinner was the asian style.
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Got it around april, smell is still at like 40%, taste around 30%, it changes kinda weekly, i'm a smoker in my 30's but i never had trouble breathing when i wake up before that... So yeah...
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>>796221
>That still doesn't mean the virus doesn't exist or that we shouldn't take measures against it.

i am not saying it doesn't exist you blathering nincompoop, i even admitted it having it. Most of the world acted like faggots (including you) over meme virus that isn't even that bad. lots of people lost lots of things. Fuck these insane measures. you can stay home if you feel sick or are scared.
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>>796244
>i'm a smoker in my 30's
this affects your sense of taste and smokers tend to go for saltier foods.
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>>795597
i have this, constantly exhausted, short of breath. diagnosed with covid couple months ago.

fuck, im so fucked while i thought i got off easy.
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>>796252
>>796244
Ok Chang. Sure you do
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>>796253
I'm swiss... And also a cook, so i know how taste works
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>>795597
> In addition, patients were recruited via social networks and word of mouth
So people with problems were more likely to sign up
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had it the week before xmas, still feeling weird waves of shortness of breath on random days. there's nothing blocking my airways but it just feels like my brain somehow isn't getting enough oxygen. used to give me anxiety but it's been getting less frequent and i've pretty much gotten used to nothing bad happening.
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>>796179
>>796177
You do realize the right wing was shitting on her for where role in Battlefield where she was a woman fighting during World War II. And you had the incels crying about her role in star wars as a 'strong women'.
So it's goddamn ironic they're all rallying to her defense now.
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>>796298
>>796262
Getting desperate with the LARP, Chang?
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>>796262
Does swiss cheese really have holes in it or is it just from rats chewing on it?
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>>796253
Fuck you asshole, my Dad died from it. Go join Fled Cruz in Mexico you selfish bastard.
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>>796316
>>796253
It's only the flu, Cletus.
We know you're afraid and compensating and that yor brane has limited self awareness
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>>795967
>big studies are worse, due to selection bias.
Shittiest post I've ever read on /news/ and I've seen a lot of white supremacist posts
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>>795967
That is the dumbest thing I've read in a fucking while
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Just wait another 10-30 years and start seeing the repercussions of those COVIDIOTS who contracted the disease.

>Chicken pox roots in merge ganglia and manifests as shingles.
SARS-COV2 imbeds itself in the brain neuron channels and has already been linked to early onset dementia and diminished short term memory.
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>>796773
My sister had it twice and was hospitalized both times. Even though she contracted a different strain, the doctors were pretty sure that she will be living with decreased lung and brain function the rest of her life.
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>>795597
Can they sue the federal government for its malicious disinformation campaigns claiming Covid-19 is just an influenza variant that would be over in two weeks?
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>>796123
Source?
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>>796007
Exactly why I and a few others have simply stopped ingesting media. I get on here long enough to get a couple "well YOU PEOPLe""" and move on till I find something entertaining. Just stop participating in the conversation. It's over.
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>>796133
What's some old dude playing golf got to do with anything, anon?
Are we whataboutismiming stuff again?
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>>796172
They sure figured out the mail fast tho.
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>>795597
>"How are you feeling today?"
Pretty good. Tired, I suppose, didn't sleep well last night.
>Patient exhibiting extreme fatigue, insomnia. Possible severe neurological deficits.
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>>796270
>taking anything partisan with any seriousness
Correct, anon. Just like every poll that I've never seen advertised or taken. The media is in such a funnel right now that we know the kinds of people taking these polls.
Sounds more like "fat out of shape slob continues to feel impact of being a fat out of shape slob a year later".
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>>796007
I stopped reading the fear porn bout C19 on the internet by the MSM.
Like this OP's post.
It was making me paranoid.
When the news that C19 was in shit and could be dispersed into the air by flushing..I thought, ok, but what are the chances that I could catch it this way?

If it bleeds(scares), it leads.
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>>796311
It's neat that if you put different people from different groups who care or are concerned, rightly or wrongly, about different things into the same sentence you can make anything sound plausible, eh? :)
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>>796781
You can sue anyone for anything and it's surprising there isn't a class action by those who lost family members due to covid against Trump going right now given in his Feb. taped interview with Bernstein he admitted how much more deadly and contagious it was than just the flu but he would pretend it was just a hoax because Americans couldn't handle the truth.
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The doctor slid a miniature camera into the patient’s right nostril, making her whole nose glow red with its bright miniature light.


The patient, Gabriella Forgione. 25-year-old pharmacy worker was happy to be prodded and poked at the hospital in Nice, in southern France, to advance her increasingly pressing quest to recover her sense of smell. Along with her sense of taste, it suddenly vanished when she fell ill with COVID-19 in November, and neither has returned.

A year into the coronavirus pandemic, doctors and researchers are still striving to better understand and treat the accompanying epidemic of COVID-19-related anosmia — loss of smell — draining much of the joy of life from an increasing number of sensorially frustrated longer-term sufferers like Forgione.

a small minority are complaining of persistent dysfunction long after other COVID-19 symptoms have disappeared. Some have reported continued total or partial loss of smell six months after infection. The longest, some doctors say, are now approaching a full year.

https://apnews.com/article/post-covid-loss-of-smell-570a3750912c47aa30b94f0be639fbd1
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>>797114
>making her whole nose glow red
Yeah I bet she would glow without the light.
Glow in the dark, if you will
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>>795597
"Covid-19" is a hoax
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>>796123
Prove it
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>>796175
Lies, she never said that.
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>>796208
Wrong
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>>796221
Alleged virus
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>>796244
Lies
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>>796252
How much do you get paid to shill this nonsense?
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>>796298
Just. Stop. Lying.
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>>796338
Lies
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>>796773
>>796774
Lies
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>>797114
Propaganda
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>>797122
dummy and/or looney
>>797163
dummy
>>797162
moron
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>>795967
>"I failed statistics but I think I know better" the post
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>>797170
>dummy and/or looney
I thought that was clever, but then again glowies probably don't appreciate the humor, do they?
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>>795597
I wonder what percentage are hypochondriacs that are perfectly fine?

I was fine after maybe 4 days, but there was some unusual stuff for a time afterward. People were talking about having symptoms for a long time afterward so I wasn't sure if it were that or something else. I was having headaches and some mild stuff, but my lifestyle had completely changed because of lockdowns. I never before spent all day every day staring at a computer screen.
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>>797683
>I wonder what percentage are hypochondriacs that are perfectly fine
Probably very much smaller than the percent of people who don't believe people still have symptoms after that time.
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>>795597
100% of intelligent people know that "covid-19" is a giant hoax
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>>797757
This
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>>797170
Just. Stop. Lying.
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>>797757
Well ...
Like the best hoaxes there is a grain of truth in it.
I wouldn't call it as much of a hoax as a propaganda campaign
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>>796005
>His supporters, who are easily deceived by conspiracy theories and fake, are victims of inadequate low-level education.
>What they need is not punishment, exclusion, criticism or neglect, i.e., hatred, but media/science literacy, logical thinking, problem-solving ability, treatment of delusional personality disorder by psychotherapy/counseling, i.e., love.

NO!
The masses need bread and circuses(cheap pizza, WWE and Netflix) a hovel, and a guaranteed income supplement to afford them.

The 1% can supply these needs, or 1/6 will happen again and again.

If not, then
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If anyone still believes in this so-called pandemic at this point they're either not paying attention or they are just willfully ignorant
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>>795597
ITT: The right playing a pregame of denial of the reality of a pandemic killing 500,000+ Americans, so they can perfect that strategy to use when the consequences of man made climate change are reeking even more disastrous consequences than are already occurring.

The right literally lives in an anti-scientific world like the pre-Renaissance Europe Dark Ages.
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>>796095
Got it in march right before lockdown, had chest pain until january

Protips
if you smoke, reduce or stop,
clean your throat &sinuses
Exercice & hidrate
Go see a chiro
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>>797757
>everyone pat me on the back! I think the /correct/ thoughts
sure, kid, whatever -patpat-





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