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my agenda?Yes of course, the vast majority of folk recover from Covid 19. You're probably well aware of the graphs of recoveries, but that wouldn't suit your agenda, would it? Imho. you're just as bad as the MSM with 'project fear'
I've noted you've never, ever focused on the positives...those that have caught it, been asymptomatic, had it mildly or been rather bad with it but have gone on to a full recovery. Why is that?
are you mad? You want me to look for the upside in a global pandemic?
I'm trying to watch something rather funny on TV. Care to extrapolate you your '10% or so'...(not seen that figure published anywhere, but never mind) into real figures. ie those that have had C19, recovered but have ongoing issues?
I would, can't be arsed as I'm not the one doing project fear.
Estimating the prevalence of long COVID symptomsThis research strand aims to quantify the prevalence of, and risk factors for, long COVID symptoms following a confirmed or suspected infection. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey is a nationally-representative sample of the UK community population, and data items collected include COVID-19 test results and respondent-reported data on symptoms. To date, we have estimated that:
- Around 1 in 5 respondents testing positive for COVID-19 exhibit symptoms for a period of 5 weeks or longer
- Around 1 in 10 respondents testing positive for COVID-19 exhibit symptoms for a period of 12 weeks or longer
That's project reality