On the same vein, several people are now bragging they had "C0VlD"
Maybe there's a T-shirt opportunity once this is all over?
Mine would be:
Asian Financial Crisis
C0VlD 19 (tbc)"
I think the reason I was able to shrug it off like a teenager was because of my fitness level at that time. I was in a habit of getting to the gym at 6am every morning and doing 80 minutes of hard cardio. Then doing a full days work and then coming back to the gym in the evening for 90 minutes of weight lifting and then a long sauna. Like everyday. I was working away and had memberships for 3 different gyms all at the same time.
I swear that made a difference.
Really missing the gym and the sauna now. I don’t have a single membership as they are all closed down.
I was sicker than shit for three+ weeks, just before the meetup (which is mostly why I didn't go). Not 100% sure it was coronavirus, but it wasn't flu, my whole family got it together, and I've NEVER been so sick in my whole life.
I don't know if it is what are they saying, my friend is 93 very healthy, his son is 65 and has it at the moment, kind of mild, but my friend/his dad 93 and mum 93 not a sign of it. Same with younger friend only he got it and 7 people around him nothing. One thing I am sure of, it is bloody damn good excuse of all governments to turn us to puppets once again!In my family, my 92 year old step great-grandma got CV. She was already in hospice with advanced dementia and congenital heart failure. She was admitted a few months ago and probably had a year to live. We assumed it would be her expedited death sentence. Oddly, she survived. It knocked her out for 1 day, but got over it. Really freaking bizarre.
I do have allergies ( although Ive never coughed like this before ), so that might be overlapping the issue as well.
I knew three people. My grandmother's first cousin died at 92 from a heart attack, but because he tested positive for CV, the hospital counted it as a CV death. We're all livid because we can't give him a proper burial and he was a war hero.
Hi Tony,Or do you know anyone that has?
Many people have Covid19 and don't know it because the symptoms are so mild.
Some people are totally wiped out, but it is a small minority.
My good friend Jeannie McGinnis was unlucky. She is a health fanatic, exercises regularly and speaks on wellness.
Jeannie took 12 weeks to bounce back after a stay in intensive care and documented the journey.
Keep safe and don't get it!
I got it and was one of the lucky ones. I had mild symptoms that were minor headaches and loss of taste and smell for a few days. Didn’t even think I had it because I get the same symptoms with allergies and only got tested because I was exposed to someone that tested positive for it when we were both wearing masks go figure.Or do you know anyone that has?
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