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COVID-19 Patients Exhibiting New Symptoms in Ohio

Discussion in 'Health & Healing' started by SalixIncendium, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. SalixIncendium

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    Apologies for complicating things any further...

    “[Ohio Department is Public Health Director Amy] Acton said some of the data, particularly out of Cuyahoga County, show patients exhibiting GI upset, more fatigue, and sometimes not showing a fever, in addition to the previous flu-like symptoms.

    “‘My best advice to everyone is if you don’t feel well in any way, stay home and make that call,’ she said.“

    Coronavirus in Ohio: Patients exhibiting new symptoms

    If you feel sick, regardless of symptoms, please stay home.
     
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  2. RedDragon94

    RedDragon94 Love everyone, meditate often

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    ... And all the toilet paper's gone... Perfect.
     
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    Last I checked 18% do not show a fever, so thats not new. More rather, it seems people hyperfocusing on a few thi gs and getting the wrong idea, such as how people thought those in thier 20s were basically immune due to then having significantly lower risk of serious illness and death.
     
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  6. ChristineM

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    Move to France, no shortage here.
     
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    This isn't new, I read about these symptoms weeks ago.
     
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    Makes me think their top health officials aren't staying current or as well informed of this as they should. These things they call new are already known.
     
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    RedDragon94 Love everyone, meditate often

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    What do you think about Spain?
     
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    Same for Revoltistan.
    Although Menards has no snails in the frozen food section.
     
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  12. ChristineM

    ChristineM "Be strong" I whispered to my coffee.
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    Its one of the few places i have never been, somewhere i never fancied. But there are a lot of people who love it there. It seems to be both the party and retirement destination for Brits
     
  13. ChristineM

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    Cultivate them in your garden,.

    Are you OK for TP?
     
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    Revoltingest I am the one who naps.
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    We always buy & store enuf supplies for the zombie apocalypse.
    Don't expect to buy any again for months.
    And then it must be on sale....tis against our religion to pay full price.
     
  15. ChristineM

    ChristineM "Be strong" I whispered to my coffee.
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    Ok, you convinced me of your Scottish heritage, no more mock Scot taunts...

    Although we shop weekly we do keep a supply of various goods that is only topped up as required, mostly dry goods (rice, pasta, sugar, flour etc), some british tinned foods that no brit can live without (hp baked beans in tomato sauce) and cleaning materials.
     
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    Revoltingest I am the one who naps.
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    Without taunts, how would I know you care?
    Amateur!
    What about carriage bolts, lumber, deck screws, machine screws, wire
    nuts, prefamulated amulite, & vacuum gaskets with flywheel grommets?
     
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    RedDragon94 Love everyone, meditate often

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    Ah, that sounds... Oddly disappointing. I went to Managua, Nicaragua when I was in High School. It was sort of... Not like Spain from what I've seen on the internet.
     
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  18. ChristineM

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    There may be different taunts, just no more mock scott, you have earned the accolade of real scottdom.

    If you can't eat it or clean house with it then why waste the space?
     
  19. ChristineM

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    I understand the language is similar but Spain has less "Z"s
     
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    People in Nicaragua seemed to be a little more like kids form the inner city. Y'know, tough. Not sure if Spain is like that completely. Minus all the drama with drug cartels I feel like Latin America is an alright place to be. We went zip lining when I was there.
     
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