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    Default A 44-year-old with the coronavirus said he's had colds and flus that are worse

    EXACTLY...THIS IS A MEDIA/POLITICALLY-DRIVEN CRISIS.


    COVID19 is HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS (as is the COMMON COLD), BUT JUST NOT THAT POWERFUL.


    NOWHERE NEAR AS DEADLY AS WAS H1N1, yet the FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT SAW NO NEED TO PROMOTE A PANIC THEN, DESPITE OBAMA WAITING UNITKL SIX MONTHS INTO IT T TAKE SIGNIFICANT ACTION.




    A 44-year-old with the coronavirus said he's had colds and flus that are worse




    Todd Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and dad in New York City, was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, ove a week ago and is currently quarantining with his family in their apartment.

    His symptoms are relatively mild, and he said he's probably had "70 flus and colds" over his life that were "way worse."

    But the most prominent symptom for him, difficulty breathing, makes him see how challenging the condition could be for people with lung conditions like asthma.

    Herman talked to Business Insider about life with COVID-19 and in quarantine, and what he'd like still-healthy Americans to know.




    Todd Herman was recovering from the flu when a new and unusual symptom arose: difficulty breathing.
    "This isn't normal," Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and business coach, remembers thinking.
    A few days later, Herman tested positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, thanks to a previously scheduled visit to his orthopedic surgeon, who by then had taken on coronavirus-related duties. Being able to get the test, Herman said, was "dumb luck."
    Herman has been quarantined with his wife Valerie and three kids in their New York City apartment since being diagnosed over a week ago. He talked to Business Insider about what the illness has felt like for him, what life in isolation is like, and why he hopes Americans will heed public health recommendations and reach out to others to prevent a mental-health crisis.

    Herman doesn't have underlying conditions that make him at risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
    He goes to the gym four times a week, walks to and from his office in the neighborhood, and keeps up with his kids, who are 3, 5, and 7 years old. He's not on any strict diet but is mindful of his calorie intake.
    Having COVID-19 is a taste of what it might feel like to have asthma or be significantly out of shape. Now, his breathing is shallow, and even going from his bedroom to the other end of his Manhattan apartment makes him feel a little out of breath.
    "I haven't necessarily felt this much lung congestion with anything I've ever had before, like a cough or a cold in the past," Herman said.
    Other than that, though, his symptoms are mild. He has a minor headache and some fatigue due to the strained breathing, but the virus hasn't kept him from working from home or helping his kids with their homework.


    In fact, he said, "I've had probably 70 flus and colds over my life that have been way worse than this."




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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    EXACTLY...THIS IS A MEDIA/POLITICALLY-DRIVEN CRISIS.


    COVID19 is HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS (as is the COMMON COLD), BUT JUST NOT THAT POWERFUL.


    NOWHERE NEAR AS DEADLY AS WAS H1N1, yet the FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT SAW NO NEED TO PROMOTE A PANIC THEN, DESPITE OBAMA WAITING UNITKL SIX MONTHS INTO IT T TAKE SIGNIFICANT ACTION.




    A 44-year-old with the coronavirus said he's had colds and flus that are worse




    Todd Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and dad in New York City, was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, ove a week ago and is currently quarantining with his family in their apartment.

    His symptoms are relatively mild, and he said he's probably had "70 flus and colds" over his life that were "way worse."

    But the most prominent symptom for him, difficulty breathing, makes him see how challenging the condition could be for people with lung conditions like asthma.

    Herman talked to Business Insider about life with COVID-19 and in quarantine, and what he'd like still-healthy Americans to know.




    Todd Herman was recovering from the flu when a new and unusual symptom arose: difficulty breathing.
    "This isn't normal," Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and business coach, remembers thinking.
    A few days later, Herman tested positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, thanks to a previously scheduled visit to his orthopedic surgeon, who by then had taken on coronavirus-related duties. Being able to get the test, Herman said, was "dumb luck."
    Herman has been quarantined with his wife Valerie and three kids in their New York City apartment since being diagnosed over a week ago. He talked to Business Insider about what the illness has felt like for him, what life in isolation is like, and why he hopes Americans will heed public health recommendations and reach out to others to prevent a mental-health crisis.

    Herman doesn't have underlying conditions that make him at risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
    He goes to the gym four times a week, walks to and from his office in the neighborhood, and keeps up with his kids, who are 3, 5, and 7 years old. He's not on any strict diet but is mindful of his calorie intake.
    Having COVID-19 is a taste of what it might feel like to have asthma or be significantly out of shape. Now, his breathing is shallow, and even going from his bedroom to the other end of his Manhattan apartment makes him feel a little out of breath.
    "I haven't necessarily felt this much lung congestion with anything I've ever had before, like a cough or a cold in the past," Herman said.
    Other than that, though, his symptoms are mild. He has a minor headache and some fatigue due to the strained breathing, but the virus hasn't kept him from working from home or helping his kids with their homework.


    In fact, he said, "I've had probably 70 flus and colds over my life that have been way worse than this."




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    One ignorant jerkoff hardly means a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne Frank View Post
    One ignorant jerkoff hardly means a thing.
    THE FACT THAT THIS HAS BEEN OVER-HYPED BY THE FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT TO CREATE PANIC "MEANS SOMETHING"...WHEN THEY DIDN'T SAY SHIT ABOUT THE FAR DEADLIER H1N1.


    BTW...HIS SYMPTOMS ARE THE NORM, GENIUS. THIS IS NOT A POWERFUL PATHOGEN. IT KIILS THE VERY OLD and ALREADY AILING, ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY, GENIUS.

    TRY OBJECTIVE RESEARCH....
    TRUMP WILL TAKE FORTY STATES...UNLESS THE SAME IDIOTS WHO BROUGHT US THE 2020 DUNCE-O-CRAT IOWA CLUSTERFUCK CONTINUE THEIR SEDITIOUS ACTIVITIES...THEN HE WILL WIN EVEN MORE .


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    I've never met anyone that writes as bad as Grogy does that isn't a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    THE FACT THAT THIS HAS BEEN OVER-HYPED BY THE FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT TO CREATE PANIC "MEANS SOMETHING"...WHEN THEY DIDN'T SAY SHIT ABOUT THE FAR DEADLIER H1N1.


    BTW...HIS SYMPTOMS ARE THE NORM, GENIUS. THIS IS NOT A POWERFUL PATHOGEN. IT KIILS THE VERY OLD and ALREADY AILING, ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY, GENIUS.

    TRY OBJECTIVE RESEARCH....
    Tell that to the Grim Reaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    EXACTLY...THIS IS A MEDIA/POLITICALLY-DRIVEN CRISIS.


    COVID19 is HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS (as is the COMMON COLD), BUT JUST NOT THAT POWERFUL.


    NOWHERE NEAR AS DEADLY AS WAS H1N1, yet the FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT SAW NO NEED TO PROMOTE A PANIC THEN, DESPITE OBAMA WAITING UNITKL SIX MONTHS INTO IT T TAKE SIGNIFICANT ACTION.




    A 44-year-old with the coronavirus said he's had colds and flus that are worse




    [B]Todd Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and dad in New York City, was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, ove a week ago and is currently quarantining with his family in their apartment.
    [B]Give it up. even your favorite demagogues have moved on from that deflection[/B]


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    EXACTLY...THIS IS A MEDIA/POLITICALLY-DRIVEN CRISIS.


    COVID19 is HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS (as is the COMMON COLD), BUT JUST NOT THAT POWERFUL.


    NOWHERE NEAR AS DEADLY AS WAS H1N1, yet the FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT SAW NO NEED TO PROMOTE A PANIC THEN, DESPITE OBAMA WAITING UNITKL SIX MONTHS INTO IT T TAKE SIGNIFICANT ACTION.




    A 44-year-old with the coronavirus said he's had colds and flus that are worse




    Todd Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and dad in New York City, was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, ove a week ago and is currently quarantining with his family in their apartment.

    His symptoms are relatively mild, and he said he's probably had "70 flus and colds" over his life that were "way worse."

    But the most prominent symptom for him, difficulty breathing, makes him see how challenging the condition could be for people with lung conditions like asthma.

    Herman talked to Business Insider about life with COVID-19 and in quarantine, and what he'd like still-healthy Americans to know.




    Todd Herman was recovering from the flu when a new and unusual symptom arose: difficulty breathing.
    "This isn't normal," Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and business coach, remembers thinking.
    A few days later, Herman tested positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, thanks to a previously scheduled visit to his orthopedic surgeon, who by then had taken on coronavirus-related duties. Being able to get the test, Herman said, was "dumb luck."
    Herman has been quarantined with his wife Valerie and three kids in their New York City apartment since being diagnosed over a week ago. He talked to Business Insider about what the illness has felt like for him, what life in isolation is like, and why he hopes Americans will heed public health recommendations and reach out to others to prevent a mental-health crisis.

    Herman doesn't have underlying conditions that make him at risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
    He goes to the gym four times a week, walks to and from his office in the neighborhood, and keeps up with his kids, who are 3, 5, and 7 years old. He's not on any strict diet but is mindful of his calorie intake.
    Having COVID-19 is a taste of what it might feel like to have asthma or be significantly out of shape. Now, his breathing is shallow, and even going from his bedroom to the other end of his Manhattan apartment makes him feel a little out of breath.
    "I haven't necessarily felt this much lung congestion with anything I've ever had before, like a cough or a cold in the past," Herman said.
    Other than that, though, his symptoms are mild. He has a minor headache and some fatigue due to the strained breathing, but the virus hasn't kept him from working from home or helping his kids with their homework.


    In fact, he said, "I've had probably 70 flus and colds over my life that have been way worse than this."




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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    EXACTLY...THIS IS A MEDIA/POLITICALLY-DRIVEN CRISIS.
    COVID19 is HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS (as is the COMMON COLD), BUT JUST NOT THAT POWERFUL.
    NOWHERE NEAR AS DEADLY AS WAS H1N1, yet the FAKE NEWS/LYING LEFT SAW NO NEED TO PROMOTE A PANIC THEN, DESPITE OBAMA WAITING UNITKL SIX MONTHS INTO IT T TAKE SIGNIFICANT ACTION.



    A 44-year-old with the coronavirus said he's had colds and flus that are worse


    Todd Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and dad in New York City, was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, ove a week ago and is currently quarantining with his family in their apartment.

    His symptoms are relatively mild, and he said he's probably had "70 flus and colds" over his life that were "way worse."

    But the most prominent symptom for him, difficulty breathing, makes him see how challenging the condition could be for people with lung conditions like asthma.

    Herman talked to Business Insider about life with COVID-19 and in quarantine, and what he'd like still-healthy Americans to know.


    Todd Herman was recovering from the flu when a new and unusual symptom arose: difficulty breathing.
    "This isn't normal," Herman, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and business coach, remembers thinking.
    A few days later, Herman tested positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, thanks to a previously scheduled visit to his orthopedic surgeon, who by then had taken on coronavirus-related duties. Being able to get the test, Herman said, was "dumb luck."
    Herman has been quarantined with his wife Valerie and three kids in their New York City apartment since being diagnosed over a week ago. He talked to Business Insider about what the illness has felt like for him, what life in isolation is like, and why he hopes Americans will heed public health recommendations and reach out to others to prevent a mental-health crisis.

    Herman doesn't have underlying conditions that make him at risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
    He goes to the gym four times a week, walks to and from his office in the neighborhood, and keeps up with his kids, who are 3, 5, and 7 years old. He's not on any strict diet but is mindful of his calorie intake.
    Having COVID-19 is a taste of what it might feel like to have asthma or be significantly out of shape. Now, his breathing is shallow, and even going from his bedroom to the other end of his Manhattan apartment makes him feel a little out of breath.
    "I haven't necessarily felt this much lung congestion with anything I've ever had before, like a cough or a cold in the past," Herman said.
    Other than that, though, his symptoms are mild. He has a minor headache and some fatigue due to the strained breathing, but the virus hasn't kept him from working from home or helping his kids with their homework.


    In fact, he said, "I've had probably 70 flus and colds over my life that have been way worse than this."


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    Agreed it's nothing to worry about which is why I'm mystified that Trump is shitting his pants over this with his closing the borders, public travel and enacting a National Health Emergency. Why do you think Trump is panicking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barron View Post
    Five more Italian doctors die battling coronavirus: Thirteen medics have now lost their lives.
    4 in a NJ family croaked, basically it wiped out a family. This is not a cold. Apparently there is some peculiar susceptibility we don't understand yet.
    Lord knows the science denying snake handlers for Trump won't help us learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason M. V. View Post
    Five more Italian doctors die battling coronavirus: Thirteen medics have now lost their lives.
    Open borders and universal health care will do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcslobber View Post
    4 in a NJ family croaked, basically it wiped out a family
    Probably Biden voters.

    I hope you're next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I give myself Dutch ovens View Post
    Why do you think Trump is panicking?
    I don't think Trump is panicking. Why do you think Trump is panicking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anchovies View Post
    Give it up. even your favorite demagogues have moved on from that deflection
    I see you remembered how to spell "demagogue" again, Anchovies. I have taught so that much, at least. Want a gold star?

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