- Apr 27, 2000
Some diseases permit asymptomatic transmission. Herpes viruses are infamous for this behavior, as is human papillomavirus (HPV). You can spread either disease without outwardly showing symptoms. Yes, it's easier to spread a herpes virus during an eruption of sores, but it's not absolutely necessary. HPV almost never shows symptoms unless you have a strain that causes warts.But it's odd that even asymptomatic carriers end up with enough in their systems to spread it to others. So who really knows wtf is going on.
I'm not an expert on how certain viruses can propagate without causing symptoms. It's a blend of factors. How is your immune system treating the virus? Is the virus killing off cells faster than natural die-off (remember, human cells die and are replaced all the time)? If your immune system isn't reacting heavily and if the virus isn't killing cells all that quickly, you aren't going to feel it. Instead the viral load in your system will steadily build up. Maybe not as quickly as in someone who is under major attack, but over time, you will begin to shed virus according to the virus's method of transmission.
The stores are in the same position. They need the money, so they have no choice but to stay open. If they pay the cashiers too high a "danger pay" raise, they also run the risk of going out of business, especially if business tapers off for any reason.I feel really bad for the cashiers. Those people are getting slammed with this virus for 8 frekin hours. My friend whose a cashier told me that he's getting an extra $3 an hour, so it's worth it to him.
An extra $3 an hour. Is that worth getting sick from this virus? If you need the money than you have no choice.
I tried, but it kept producing errors after I entered my zip code. It said "I don't understand, ask your question again" over and over.If you want to help out, I recommend taking Stanford Health's coronavirus survey. The data will be used to help direct medical resources where they're needed most.
Your involvement in the Daily Health Survey will hopefully help save lives. As a country, we are all in this together!med.stanford.edu
Surprised anyone still banks with Wells Fargo.YAHOO! Check is starting to come in!
First, careful with the antibiotics. They may help you avoid pneumonia, but they may also have other ugly side effects, and the wrong antibiotic might not help you at all. Azithromyacin is the antibiotic that's "hot" right now as a preventative for Covid-19-related pneumonia. Also, where did you get the antibiotics? They aren't OTC. Anywhere.I may or may not have this Covid 19 thing yet. I've had a cough since Feb 28 and borderline upper/lower respiratory stuff that makes me want to cough when I breathe in. What makes it borderline is day to day....somedays it starts to go to my lower respiratory system, but I seem to fight it back. I started antibiotics a few days ago and a vitamin C regime last week...but it's STILL hanging on.
Add zinc and Vitamin D to your regimine. You can get some off eBay for inflated prices if you can't find it locally. You should be taking 80-150mg of zinc per day (try to stay under 150) and anywhere from 2000-4000 IU of Vitamin D per day total. Be sure to keep track of how much Vitamin D is in your multivitamin if you're on one.
Just look at New Orleans, NYC, Detroit, etc. The rate of spread in the South has been pretty low. I know for a fact that Georgia has had cases in the wild since at least mid February, but the number of hospitalizations there seems really low considering it's had nearly two months to spread up and down the I-75 corridor. By now I would have expected thousands of hospitalizations up and down that corridor, but we're not seeing it?Define "a lot".
And yet he shut down the state anyway.Also Kemp (GA) claimed his government didn't know asymptomatic people could be spreaders lol. Even the WH has been saying that for weeks. Either these people are hugely incompetent or lying.