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    MERS is an endemic camel coronavirus that occasionally infects camel ers who drink their piss. It's poorly transmissible in humans or other species. Try again.

    Sars-CoV-2 is now endemic in a whole array of unrelated species which I've already shown you. There's no other coronavirus like it.
    Someone doesn't understand how evolution works.

    Sure it is a weakly transmissible in that form. Now this one is better at it.

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    Lol COVID minimizers. rocked our world and it still does.

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    What other novel pathogen besides the very underrated flu bug has so many chronic, systemic sequelae?

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    What other novel pathogen besides the very underrated flu bug has so many chronic, systemic sequelae?
    Lyme Disease

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    far less transmissible than either, but yeah.

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    Last edited by Winehole23; 06-28-2023 at 09:03 AM.

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    far less transmissible than either, but yeah.
    Environmentally relative but overall sure but it is far less treatable and much more consistent in its sequelae than both.

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    Someone doesn't understand how evolution works.

    Sure it is a weakly transmissible in that form. Now this one is better at it.
    You're acknowledging there is no other coronavirus like Sars-CoV-2

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    What other novel pathogen besides the very underrated flu bug has so many chronic, systemic sequelae?
    Is there another novel virus spreading through the entire population?

    Influenza causes the same. There's nothing new about post viral syndrome except the amount of money made available to study it in regards to covid.

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    Environmentally relative but overall sure but it is far less treatable and much more consistent in its sequelae than both.
    the number of people affected isn't in the same ballpark.

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    Is there another novel virus spreading through the entire population?

    Influenza causes the same. There's nothing new about post viral syndrome except the amount of money made available to study it in regards to covid.
    No doubt. The flu has been irresponsibly downplayed and sequelae understudied.

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    the number of people affected isn't in the same ballpark.
    Sure because of environmental issues.

    I still would rather have the flu or covid and its not even close.

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    Sure because of environmental issues.

    I still would rather have the flu or covid and its not even close.
    No one really wanted Covid when the hospitals were full.
    But Trumpers dont believe over-crowded hospitals ever happened.
    And this is part of the landscape of this disease. We were trying to stop the ing in cases all within the same time period.
    Especially when we did not know how to properly treat people in the hospitals (how they lie in bed, no intubation, etc...)
    This pandemic had very different affects on society which included time frame. And this is what Trumpers constantly lie about. Change the timing of events.

    And then like a viral particle is smaller than the pores in any mask which is true.
    But thats not how the thing infected people. It was airborne in water. Water droplets could contain thousands to millions of viral particles.
    And the list of out on this board and by Trumpers in general was amazing. Snaked and Darrin were continually trying to throw at the wall.

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    Sure because of environmental issues.

    I still would rather have the flu or covid and its not even close.
    you have no choice in the matter.

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    Interesting take on mental health issues and long Covid.


    https://unherd.com/2023/06/is-libera...making-us-ill/

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    you have no choice in the matter.
    Deer ticks do not go this far south.

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    ^earth shaking nothingville from the red team

    We will get a full report as soon as the Chinese give us more info.
    A lab leak causing the pandemic is incredibly stupid as the virus was already causing Covid cases in China.
    Need a whole new set of labs working on a novel virus that was already found naturally.

    Meanwhile penguins in Antarctica are experiencing infection by a novel virus and there is a Chinese research station in Antarctica. please check this out.
    Proximity coincidence? TSA is on the slippery slope Pizza trail sliding down on a pepperoni.

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    Deer ticks do not go this far south.
    so you're not worried so much about Lyme disease, glad to hear.

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    Trump appointee tried to hide the ball?

    Totally unsurprising, but, totally in accord with the will of his boss.

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    There was heavy political pressure on public health officials to stay mum. Doesn't make it right, but the fish rots from the head down.

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    so you're not worried so much about Lyme disease, glad to hear.
    Exactly bro. I am just saying that the after effects of COVID are hardly the worst and there are pathogens who pretty much guarantee it happening. COVID certainly needs to be continued to be studied and it is wise to take preventative measures. I just do not think we need a new level of worry.

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    What is crazy to me is the ~1 in 10 incidence of non-symptomatic infection.

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    Anecdotally, it seems Arcturus strain is on the rise in SA area. It packs a little more wallop than omicron. More like a flu than the sniffles. Commonly 102-104 fever, body aches, coughing & chest congestion. Paxlovid shuts down most symptoms in 1 to 2 doses. The ones I know who just rode it out naturally started seeing symptom's resolve on days 4 or 5.
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