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2021-02-13 -Signs, Portents, and the Weather-
Gangrene, ulcers, rashes: More bizarre COVID-19 symptoms revealed
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Posted by Besoeker 2021-02-13 02:17|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6537 views ]  Top

#1 The official reports of the visit concluded that Soviets were running a covert and illegal BW programme.[28] Kelly also took part in reciprocal visits to the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Maryland, and visits to Porton Down by Russian and American inspectors.[29] Despite their findings, Kelly concluded that the tripartite inspection programme had failed. It was, he said, "too ambitious; its disarmament objective deflected by issues of reciprocity and access to sites outside the territories of the three parties".[30] He went on to add that "Russia's refusal to provide a complete account of its past and current BW activity and the inability of the American–British teams to gain access to Soviet/Russian military industrial facilities were significant contributory factors".[30] Link

Kelly was reported to have died from suicide in 2003.
Posted by Besoeker 2021-02-13 02:33||   2021-02-13 02:33|| Front Page Top

#2 Mr. Besoeker

I not only tip my hat to you, but I bow to the consistency of your courteous introductions of actual incidences of CoVID's gruesome effects on the humans of our planet.

Media in general, (name its delivery) has done disservices to us all by quashing, seemingly distasteful, tragic events which have be fallen us as humans, results of CoVID.

Fred, You and volunteer moderators have attempted to keep the platform, aka Rantburg, open to reasonable, civil discourses over this subject and others over these many months. Thank you.

You are NOT the "Grey Lady", and if you ever become her, I will seek out Zelda of the Boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland, to put the Pox of Poxes upon your House for Time Ever Lasting, before I leave.

Stay true to your publication's literary course, the wind is at your back, clear skies,and on fair weather, the good ship RANTBURG shall sail for ever.

Be mindful of Zelda as you sail.

Posted by Wholuting Jorong3569 2021-02-13 03:58||   2021-02-13 03:58|| Front Page Top

#3 ok then
Posted by Chris 2021-02-13 04:02||   2021-02-13 04:02|| Front Page Top

#4 
Posted by Pliny Chuth3156 2021-02-13 04:42||   2021-02-13 04:42|| Front Page Top

#5 Recalling my days in med school and the vast number of different bizarre, strange and exotic conditions which (by the patient's account) were preceded by a nondescript viral respiratory infection... Apparently things haven't changed that much, but the level of hand wringing and pearl clutching has.
Posted by Thineger Sproing6704 2021-02-13 15:03||   2021-02-13 15:03|| Front Page Top

#6  the vast number of different bizarre, strange and exotic conditions which (by the patient's account) were preceded by a nondescript viral respiratory infection... Apparently things haven't changed that much, but the level of hand wringing and pearl clutching has.

Unlike Thineger Sproing6704, I was never tempted by med school, but that’s basically what happened to me in December, 2001. As a fit 40 year old I developed pleuropericarditis (pleurisy plus pericarditis), normally only seen, so I was told, in very unfit, fat, old men. No idea what caused it, probably a virus that found my chest hospitable, though I have no memory of being ill in the weeks before that happened. Compounding the situation, after a relapse a week after the hospital sent me home, my perfectly normal recovery turned into chronic fatigue syndrome for absolutely no apparent reason whatsoever.

They still don’t know what causes CFS, though the current hypothesis is that after an illness or stress, occasionally the immune system forgets for some reason to reset back to the healthy setting. And thus far, of the many cures proposed or that are claimed to have worked for some people, not one works for many of those who have it.

But CFS looks an awful lot like Long (or is it slow?) Covid, so hopefully the research there will benefit the millions of American with CFS.
Posted by trailing wife 2021-02-13 20:10||   2021-02-13 20:10|| Front Page Top

#7 I had the Pfizer shot. Since then my resting heartbeat has gone from a 5 year average of 66 to to a 52 last night. The ramp down started the day I received the first shot. Or, my new Fitbit is broken.
Posted by Cruling Glirt8370 2021-02-13 20:54||   2021-02-13 20:54|| Front Page Top

#8  Or, my new Fitbit is broken.

LOL.
Posted by trailing wife 2021-02-13 21:01||   2021-02-13 21:01|| Front Page Top

#9 What is Bradycardia?

Please read.
Posted by Slolurong Whusoper3988 2021-02-13 21:30||   2021-02-13 21:30|| Front Page Top

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