ummm... people had long Covid before the vaccines were rolled out.
Of course, but it would be a major failure if people vaccinated (specially triple vaccinated) would develop that shit as much as non-vaccinated (let alone more) people, isn't it?
I don't know if you remember this crazy shit, I even remember them saying that long-haulers would need a vaccine each month!!:
As more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, a surprise discovery has been that vaccines seem to provide some relief for some patients with what’s being called “long COVID.” A prominent Yale researcher is working with colleagues to launch what she predicts will be a large collaborative study...
If you think about it, you can come up with this conclusion: there's pretty likely that long-covid it's some kind of auto-inmune disease, some autoímmune reaction to something
that sticks in the body or perhaps some long-term upregulation of some immune subsystems
, that's a very logical hypothesis that if I remember well it's already in papers.
Recent research suggests people with long Covid are more likely to have markers of autoimmune disease in their blood a year after infection.
yep, they are...
what would be your hypothesis on this? what do you think the vaccines are doing if they ease the symptoms of and autoimmune disease/response...
you surely know what is normally prescribed against autoimmune diseases....:
"Immunosuppressant drugs are used to treat autoimmune diseases. With an autoimmune disease, the immune system attacks the body's own tissue. Because immunosuppressant drugs weaken the immune system, they suppress this reaction. This helps reduce the impact of the autoimmune disease on the body."
Immunosuppressant drugs help treat certain conditions by weakening the body’s immune system. Learn the specific drugs, their uses, risks, and more.
I think this scenario it's pretty intuitive: 2+2 = ?