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The Lifelong Cost of Surviving COVID: Scientists Uncover Long-Term Effects

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Researchers at UC San Francisco studied COVID-19 patients in the United States who survived some of the longest and most harrowing battles with the virus. They discovered that approximately two-thirds of these survivors continued to experience a range of physical, psychiatric, and cognitive issues up to a year afterward.

The study, which was recently published in the journal Critical Care Medicine, reveals the life-altering impact of SARS-CoV-2 on these individuals, the majority of whom had to be placed on mechanical ventilators for an average of one month?


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the participants also had persistent problems from their long hospital stays, including painful bedsores and nerve damage that limited the use of their arms or legs.

It is as I suspected: these people were not provided proper care while in the hospitals; they were neglected. I also suspect that they were maltreated.

There is no mention whatsoever about the mRNA injection status of any of those patients; which is highly suspicious.

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