• Half of COVID Survivors Report Effects Beyond 6 Months: Review

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    In a review of studies involving more than 250,000 patients, the most common sequelae included mental health, pulmonary, and neurologic disorders.
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  • COVID-19 vaccines result in far more deaths in just 10 months than all other vaccines combined for the last 30 years

    COVID-19 vaccines result in far more deaths in just 10 months than all other vaccines combined for the last 30 years

    1 month ago - By Natural News

    Data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System shows that the Wuhan coronavirus vaccines had been associated to the deaths of 16,310 people since December last year. Prior to that, there had only been 6,214 people who died from all vaccines approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 30 years. There...
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  • Covid US: New CDC forecast predicts deaths will decline to as few as 3,900 weekly fatalities by Nov

    Covid US: New CDC forecast predicts deaths will decline to as few as 3,900 weekly fatalities by Nov

    1 month ago - By Daily Mail

    A new CDC ensemble forecast projects COVID-19 deaths will fall to as low as 3,900 by the week ending November 6 and hospitalizations to as low as 500 new patients per week.
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  • More than half of COVID-19 survivors experience symptoms 6 months after recovery

    More than half of COVID-19 survivors experience symptoms 6 months after recovery

    1 month ago - By Healio

    More than half of COVID-19 survivors experience symptoms consistent with long COVID up to 6 months after recovery, data from a systematic review published in JAMA Network Open showed.
    Long COVID is defined by the CDC as “new, returning, or ongoing health problems” occurring 4 or more weeks after being initially infected with SARS-CoV-2. It has been linked to more than 200 symptoms.
    Researchers from the Penn State College of Medicine and two universities in Australia searched PubMed, Scopus, the WHO Global Literature on Coronavirus Disease, and CoronaCentral databases for studies
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