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PwoperNaughtyButNot 7:47 Fri Feb 19
Long-Covid
Is this a thing?

More and more stories now about a) recovering from covid but then having a longer term and untestable condition that makes it impossible to work.

And b) we need more financial support for those with long-covid

Perhaps I’m cynical but the more stories about long-covid will give more incentive for the idle to have long-covid won’t it?

It’s all irrelevant now as we are on the eve of UBI

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Block 3:10 Fri Feb 19
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HAHAHA!

penners28 3:08 Fri Feb 19
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Block 2:56 Fri Feb 19
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Kaka?

Block 2:56 Fri Feb 19
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I reckon davies has a right yappy little dog.

riosleftsock 2:37 Fri Feb 19
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Maybe he has a chihuahua, a Great Dane and Malcolm in the middle.

Moncurs Putting Iron 2:33 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
JAFKD,

If you are calling your dog Malcolm It better be a Black lab with a Kennel name of X

stewie griffin 2:27 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
please tell me you're buying Dennis as well?

Mr Kenzo 2:18 Fri Feb 19
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Will be one like these Bolty

https://www.petmd.com/dog/general-health/albino-dogs-interesting-facts-you-should-know

Block 2:16 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
What DOG, have you got davies?

Mr Kenzo 2:16 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
Drink a Lemsip and get a grip Davies

JustAFatKevinDavies 2:10 Fri Feb 19
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delightful, I might furnish your abode with some of MALCOLM'S offerings.

stewie griffin 1:37 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
*runny

stewie griffin 1:37 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
ROFL

here's a dog-related win in return for you..bin day this morning. Bin emptied at 9am, went out at 9.15 to bring it round the back of the house, some dog owning CUNT had put a bag of running dog shit in there while walking past. Can't reach the bottom of the bin so its living there for two weeks.

JustAFatKevinDavies 1:33 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
please do GRIFFLES

the fatigue may in part be down to a PUPPY MUTT tbh which is running rings round me and shitting and pissing at will.

Its like having a pet bolty, only it smells better.

Block 1:31 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
I wish you would catch covaids.

stewie griffin 1:28 Fri Feb 19
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JustAFatKevinDavies 1:10 Fri Feb 19
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alright if i take that as a massive win?

Stowie.40 1:19 Fri Feb 19
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I tested positive on the same day Davies. Felt absolutely fine apart from an headache, I only got tested cos I had contact with someone who tested positive. I would have carried on coming going to work as normal otherwise. Just before my 10 days was up I lost my smell and taste but did have a negative test. They told me it can take up to 3 months to come back, my taste came back after 2 weeks. Still have no sense of smell though.

Block 1:13 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
Yep, know that feeling Davies son.

It's a shame you caught it, and Griffin has managed to evade it.

Mr Kenzo 1:12 Fri Feb 19
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JustAFatKevinDavies 1:10 Fri Feb 19

That's great to hear

JustAFatKevinDavies 1:10 Fri Feb 19
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I had covid in Jan, around the 8th I had symptoms till 16th ish, was rough but felt ok by end of month.

However the last couple of weeks ive really struggles with fatigue and tiredness and generally feeling fucked. Could well be just lockdown fatigue or something else but long covid is a possibility I guess.

Block 12:13 Fri Feb 19
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Went a few days feeling fine, last few days I feel fucking dreadful and my asthma is awful, used my 200 dose ventolin inhaler within a week.

BRANDED 12:12 Fri Feb 19
Re: Long-Covid
There’s plenty of evidence that people who recover from a debilitating disease or illness don’t necessarily become 100% after the immediate recovery. One long term symptom is tiredness and lethargy. This has been observed a lot.

As far as Wedt Ham is concerned, or certainly foitball in general, there appears to be evidence of some footballers suffering from these symptoms.

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