I'm so sorry for your loss. I hope their mother pulls through.Just had a portion of our extended family get it. Family of four, everyone had it. Parents both hospitalized at one point and both turned into COVID pneumonia. The father passed yesterday morning...he was 50, with two sons 12 and 17.
Just had a portion of our extended family get it. Family of four, everyone had it. Parents both hospitalized at one point and both turned into COVID pneumonia. The father passed yesterday morning...he was 50, with two sons 12 and 17.
No benefits.So sort of a sidebar, if there's no plan of rolling back mask wearing and all the other restrictions, what's the benefit of risking these wonky side effects I keep hearing about? And we still have no idea what the long term effects of the vaccine are. I hate sounding like an anti-vaxxer, which I'm not, but it just seems like the risks aren't worth it. Maybe I should get the vaccine while I'm still in the Army so I can claim 100% disability when it gives me some sort of wonky health defect.
I have an inborn resistance because Chernobyl.Whole family got it early March. My family, 3 cousin's families, 2 uncle's families. For us, Fatigue and loss of appetite for 10 days , loss of taste for 3 weeks (for me it was just sour - could eat a lemon and it was kind of sweet). Not much else. Wife lost taste for a lot longer, still not completely back.
2 uncle's in their 70's got it, one with hypertension and other with diabetes and hypertension. They were fine.
Completely speculative and anecdotal. but feel like those that have lived in 3rd world countries and been exposed to more bacteria and viruses seem to fare better. The whole eating dirt builds immunity.