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Shesaidwhat79 2 points ago +2 / -0

That is true. I didn't see too many skinny dying covid patient's. Throw in diabetes, high blood pressure, COPD, and liver failure. I saw plenty of that. It didn't mean we didn't try and save them. They were good people and deserved our best to try and save them.

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purepepelegends 1 point ago +1 / -0

I see this all the time. However, what percent of the general population is obese? Isn't it like 70% already?

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ThePatriotGames2016 1 point ago +1 / -0

how about don't segregate anyone?

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uvontheterrible 1 point ago +1 / -0

Please link to source content. Don't just post screenshots. Anyone can make a screenshot of anything and there is absolutely no way to know if it is legit.

That being said, I think this info is widely known and in particular, those with diabetes (which tends to go along with obesity) are very prone to getting serious cases of covid.

The covid problem could easily be mostly eliminated by simply tackling the other health issues which kill people every day and are mostly caused by self destructive behavior.

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AgnesDomini 1 point ago +1 / -0

True dat. Right at this very minute, I am hospitalized with Covid. Very high risk of clotting. I had it in January 2020, prior immunity helping me now, per doctor. But I am overweight, so there is truth to the comorbidities data. I am on a Covid floor. Many people are in ICU. Heavy, both vaxxed and unvaxxed. I got it from my school, where nearly 20 kids have Covid...all fully vaxxed already, so it didn't prevent them getting or spreading Covid.

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HumansDisgustMe 1 point ago +1 / -0

If health was their goal then you would be correct.