2/ No doubt her death was hastened by COVID.— Dr K Fearnley (@fearnley_k) September 8, 2022
I know I will miss her rocksteady presence as we continue to navigate these uncertain times. She has been a constant, and has dedicated her life to serving the nation. May you rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/djAyZPCuHV
We’re not living with Covid, we’re ignoring it. Like we live with domestic violence, inequality, crumbling public infrastructure, and runaway climate change.— 💉💉💉💉 Henry Madison (@RageSheen) September 2, 2022
I know COVID’s over because we’re back to twitter lawyers being the most naive and aggressively insufferable accounts again rather than the rando doctor accounts.— Conner Hafen (@Conblob) September 5, 2022
I'd love to hear the Long-covid numbers, but... we aren't tracking them. But I can tell you that the Long-covid clinic at my hospital has a nine month waiting list.— Concerned citizen (@Concern47348137) September 6, 2022
Yep. I am a social worker in hospice & now long term care since the start of pandemic in FL. This is what I have been seeing for a long time. Serious sickness in younger patients is becoming more prevalent not less in both vaxxed and not. People have a false sense of security.— Foresight (@smartforesight) September 1, 2022
It's true though... a lot of folks are saying we don't understand what the late-term effect of COVID will be like other viruses.— Don Ford - #LongCOVIDisDestroyingLives #ZeroCOVID (@DonEford) September 1, 2022
But we actually do... it's an early death.
Young and middle-aged people, barely sick with covid-19, are dying of strokes ⚠️— Jess ™️ (@MeetJess) September 4, 2022
Doctors sound alarm about patients in their 30s and 40s left debilitated or dead. Some didn’t even know they were infected.
Still sound mild ?!?! https://t.co/TmG2ITghkL
Covid can lead to connective tissue degradation. https://t.co/l2xwUvg9LQ— Karen Lubell (@karenlubell) September 4, 2022
🆕 @NatureMedicine— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) September 5, 2022
Heart manifestations of #LongCovid
A prospective MRI study of 346 people with mild Covid, and controls, demonstrated myocardial inflammation at 3 months, worse w/ symptoms, and edema at ~1 year
by @v_puntmann and colleagues @GoetheCVI https://t.co/TjrAJphYCh pic.twitter.com/RxlRyHCcZ1
The main symptom was difficulty breathing with exertion; 53% of the cohort had persistent symptoms at ~1 year, not present before Covid.— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) September 5, 2022
"Absence of significant structural heart disease or increased levels of cardiac biomarkers"
BREAKING: Canada has now lost more lives to COVID than in World War II 44370 are dead— Cheri DiNovo (@CheriDiNovo) September 6, 2022
Fuuuu. pic.twitter.com/bm7BAhw0UQ— Rod Farva's litre of cola (@RodKahx) September 6, 2022
If I entered a room full of professionals wearing hazmat suits, my first instinct wouldn’t be to mock them. It would be to put on a hazmat suit.— David Moscrop (@David_Moscrop) September 7, 2022
So, I’ll take the appropriate lesson from doctors wearing masks.
Me looking at a dude who walked up to me out of a crowd just to tell me to take my mask off, I said thanks but I'm ugly this is going to be a better picture and he left me alone pic.twitter.com/LqVR9tdXoE— nic (@nickelpin) September 2, 2022