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Tuesday, September 27th, 2022, 2:17 am

42% Increase in Risk of Neurological Issues Following COVID-19 Infections (7% Impacted Already)

“Overall, COVID-19 has contributed to more than 40 million new cases of neurological disorders worldwide,” says this new video (2 hours old). It’s about a peer-reviewed study from a reputable journal, based on work done in a high-profile American university.

People who wrongly assume it’s safe to mingle (that’s what our government wants us to think) are doing so at their own risk/peril. Just because it’s “good for business” (the economic element controlled by the rich and powerful) doesn’t mean you should participate. Masks and social distancing may not be good for mental health (less socialising), but for physical health it might be essential until we figure out what exactly goes on and produce better remedies. Data of this nature takes years to collect and analyse. Guesswork is not a good strategy.

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