Infecting parents with covid.

#50
There's a village in Ikinu, Githunguri, in the first months of this year, some acquitance fell ill went into self isolation, villagers were very curious and wanted to see how a covid patient looks like. Several paid him a visit, one after the other they succumbed, five of them int the same village in a span of 3 weeks. Unfortunately even the ninja got so stressed that the deaths were being attributed to him. His health deteriorated so much he was put on oxygen. He didn't live long thereafter.
I have been to funerals and have seen people insisting on a high five handshake while shouting mimi Sina corona. You can imagine some of them are quite educated but ignorance is bliss. Kindly mask up and enforce the social distancing. Amazingly the milevi ya kuchomoa lock are not being affected I don't know why
If someone has lived for too long, which is to say born in the 1950's or earlier, they've probably become a burden and their utility has greatly dimished. Covid might as well as take them.
 

kipuke

Village Elder
#53
I'm all for efforts to curb diseases spreading. What I'm against is assuming other diseases have taken a break from killing folk. Not every death among us is a Covid death. There was a time hospital visits dropped greatly because of covid fears.


The cost of inaction: COVID-19-related service disruptions ...
https://www.who.int/news/item/11-05...undreds-of-thousands-of-extra-deaths-from-hiv
A modelling group convened by the World Health Organization and UNAIDS has estimated that if efforts are not made to mitigate and overcome interruptions in health services and supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic, a six-month disruption of antiretroviral therapy could lead to more than 500 000 extra deaths from AIDS-related illnesses, including from tuberculosis, in sub-Saharan Africa in 2020 ...


How COVID hurt the fight against other dangerous diseases
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01022-x
An estimated 500,000 more people than usual might have died of TB last year, the WHO said. "We face a potential calamity," said Peter Sands, executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS
 
#57
Watu wapate chanjo, I recently contracted Covid and thing ravaged me pretty bad. I was on oxygen for 2 days and further 3 days admitted with conditions being induced by the virus such as diabetic tendencies and hypertension. Mark you I don't have an underlying condition. With a jab, you have a fighting chance against the virus
 
#58
Watu wapate chanjo, I recently contracted Covid and thing ravaged me pretty bad. I was on oxygen for 2 days and further 3 days admitted with conditions being induced by the virus such as diabetic tendencies and hypertension. Mark you I don't have an underlying condition. With a jab, you have a fighting chance against the virus
What's your age?
 
#59
31, I consider myself very healthy as I run every day. But once the infection spread to my lungs and they started filling up with fluids (read cytokine storms) assisted breathing with oxygen or even ICU and tonnes of medication is the only way you will be salvaged; earlier variants were bad but Delta is the worst so far, stubborn to treatment and quickly replicates itself. Thing is attacking any organ with the receptor cells so I had Corona even in my stomach! It was that bad man.
 

Mbeta meo

Village Elder
#60
This covid nonsense is ending soon,now that Biden has decided to be a tyrant (to the surprise of no conspiracy theorist) & enforce vaccination mandates.It's about to be a rough ride,all eyes on America for now.
 

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