Last week, a genetic study of more than 1,610 COVID-19 patients in Italy and Spain found that people with type A blood had a higher chance of developing severe respiratory failure than people with type O blood (medRxiv 2020, DOI: 10.1101/2020.05.31.20114991). The findings add support to an idea that has been developing since early in the global pandemic, that type O blood is somehow protective against the disease, while type A may make people more vulnerable.
Sweet. I'm fucked if I get this. Good news is, there will be an open Admin slot on SS!An interesting COVID-19 research released over the weekend. Three peer reviewed studies and two other studies that have yet to be peer reviewed. Your blood type has a profound affect on your outcome with COVID-19. O type blood appears to be all but immune while A type blood seems to be highly vulnerable
Well that's just crazy talk. Next you're going to say that the CDC should be held responsible for infecting people. Just because they did. Geeze.If CV-19 is deadly and NY's leadership forced CV-19 positive people into nursing homes, homes that saw numerous casualties, then why shouldn't NY's leadership be charged with manslaughter? If the disease is deadly and you're screaming it's deadly, but you put healthy people with sick people...didn't you just murder the healthy ones? If police are to be held responsible for their actions, shouldn't elected officials?
I think it's both....that's fine.Wondering if this goes here or the Fired Naval Officers thread. The US Navy has upheld the firing of Captain Crozier. Admiral Baker was also removed from his post as Strike Group Commander and that has been upheld as well.
Navy upholds firing of carrier captain in virus outbreak