Absolutely HUGE study on persistent symptoms after
("long covid") in 37,000 children from Denmark 🇩🇰
Incidence 0.8% compared to controls
Most symptoms resolved in <5 months (often loss of smell/taste)
Reassuring news from biggest study yet✅
I have MS and I take an immunomodulator to keep it in remission.
I recently got COVID, and had a rough go of it, likely due to my condition.
None of this entitles me to pretend that you living your life as you see fit is an act of harm against me.
Dr. Kieran Moore sent a memo to Ontario HCWs today telling them “it is very important to distinguish clearly between deaths that were directly caused by COVID-19 and deaths where the person may have tested positive for COVID-19 but the death resulted from another primary cause.”
By his own admission, this paediatric cardiologist was inspired by the Canadian truckers to be brave and speak out.
This ripple effect will be felt for longer than we can imagine.
Strength in numbers 🇨🇦
Now that Bell Let's Talk Day is over, Canada remains 24th out of 28 comparable OECD countries with universal or near-universal health care (excluding the US which doesn't have universal care) in the number of psychiatric beds we have per 1,000 people at 0.37. .
Ontario's CMOH on Omicron: "We can't eliminate this threat, we have to learn to live with it."
(This is something that's been said from the beginning by those opposed to government lockdowns. Interesting to now hear it from the Chief Medical Officer of Health.)