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your a ****ing liar .. when presented with actual evidence that you made a mistake. you dodge and tell more lies.

I've already posted detailed technical data on why COVID tests generate high false positives and why RT PCR tests are NOT suited to ID any disease. if you actually understood the topic you would understand why COVID rates have fallen.

receipts posted here: Yesterday at 8:38 PM#3253
Yesterday at 9:21 PM#3254

Notice anyone that disagrees with is a "liar?" Funny how that works.

To your retarded PCR comments...

https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/covid-19-diagnostic-test/about/pac-20488900


What I DO understand is that you're basically the very definition of a useful idiot.
 

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I don't hear of the Covid positives being sent home with only a suggestion of "go to the ER if you feel like you are dying. I hear of Covid positives getting 2 or 3 prescriptions.
That in itself will have significant impact on the number of hospitalizations.

Note: I didn't say it is the only reason for the lower numbers.

Correct. If you have mild symptoms there is no reason to be admitted. They said the same thing to me, and several members of my family. However, as things progressed after November, they would administer Monoclonal antibodies to higher risk groups.
 

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Notice anyone that disagrees with is a "liar?" Funny how that works.

To your retarded PCR comments...

https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/covid-19-diagnostic-test/about/pac-20488900


What I DO understand is that you're basically the very definition of a useful idiot.

your a ****ing liar! proof was given in last post. unlike you I give actual evidence to backup what I'm claiming. which has zero, nada, nothing to do what anyone else thinks.

you clearly don't have a clue on the topic of PCR ..
your link is next to worthless on why RT PCR test gives high false positives. that is until recently to give you a clue.

what a moron ... acts like a know it all, but clearly don't even understand basics.

receipts posted here: Yesterday at 8:38 PM#3253
Yesterday at 9:21 PM#3254
 
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your a ****ing liar! proof was given in last post. unlike you I give actual evidence to backup what I'm claiming. which has zero, nada, nothing to do what anyone else thinks.

you clearly don't have a clue on the topic of PCR ..

*you're

Look, I get it....you're upset because I posted a simple link from the Mayo Clinic and it shut you completely down. I'm sure you believe your batchit crazy rhetoric is no match for the Mayo Clinic but they're the ones with the degrees and can apply fundamental critical thing to the subject at hand. Bless your heart, you're gonna go google some answers though!!!
 

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Correct. If you have mild symptoms there is no reason to be admitted. They said the same thing to me, and several members of my family. However, as things progressed after November, they would administer Monoclonal antibodies to higher risk groups.


I think you misunderstood what I said. Let me say it again.

This is what I heard of happening more often than not for the first 9-10 months of Covid being a pandemic:
Person is sick. Tests positive for Covid. Doctor says you are positive for Covid. Nothing we can do. Quarantine at home. Go to ER if you feel like you are dying.

The last 1-2 months:
Person is sick. Tests positive for Covid. Doctor prescribes medicine that has shown to be extremely helpful in combating Covid.

I feel like treating it early with medication has been beneficial at lessening the severity of Covid and lowered the number of Covid positives requiring hospitalization.

(Edit: treating early at home)
 

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I think you misunderstood what I said. Let me say it again.

This is what I heard of happening more often than not for the first 9-10 months of Covid being a pandemic:
Person is sick. Tests positive for Covid. Doctor says you are positive for Covid. Nothing we can do. Quarantine at home. Go to ER if you feel like you are dying.

The last 1-2 months:
Person is sick. Tests positive for Covid. Doctor prescribes medicine that has shown to be extremely helpful in combating Covid.

I feel like treating it early with medication has been beneficial at lessening the severity of Covid and lowered the number of Covid positives requiring hospitalization.

(Edit: treating early at home)

I and several members of my family, 11 of us to be exact, were among those in the last 2 months. We we all told to go home except for 2 elderly that start to have low oxygen level immediately and they were admitted. Not one of use was prescribed anything until we showed more severe signs and even then it was outpatient treatment. What are you hearing people being prescribed that wasn't before?
 

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I got a positive test 2-3 months ago but with no symptoms, called my doctor, and they just said call back if I started showing symptoms.
 

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I and several members of my family, 11 of us to be exact, were among those in the last 2 months. We we all told to go home except for 2 elderly that start to have low oxygen level immediately and they were admitted. Not one of use was prescribed anything until we showed more severe signs and even then it was outpatient treatment. What are you hearing people being prescribed that wasn't before?
I didn't ask for specific medication names, just asked if they were prescribed anything or not. Some answered with specifics and some just answered with yes, and some answered yes, followed by the quantity of prescriptions.
Specifics named were ivermectin, dexamethason, hydroxychloroquine and a steroid.
This is not saying someone was prescribed all of these together.
 

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I didn't ask for specific medication names, just asked if they were prescribed anything or not. Some answered with specifics and some just answered with yes, and some answered yes, followed by the quantity of prescriptions.
Specifics named were ivermectin, dexamethason, hydroxychloroquine and a steroid.
This is not saying someone was prescribed all of these together.

Interesting, it wouldn't seem that someone should be getting the dexamethasone until they were having breathing problems, as it suppresses your immune system. My mother got it inpatient.
 
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