still waiting for someone to tell me out of 300k college football players nationwide, how many that are playing this fall have been "hospitalized" due to covid-19?
Not sure about hospitalized but as of AUG 5, 2020 At least 800 college football players have tested positive for the virus, according to a compilation of numbers either reported by schools or local reporters. The actual number is likely much higher.
Being hospitalized is irrelevant though. I guess you didn't see the story of the 28-year-old teacher in SC who died 3 days after being diagnosed. Also you can recover from COVID 19 but develop a heart condition because of the virus and as you know football puts a lot of stress on the heart, at least I hope you know.
dude, being hospitalized is very relevant! if you're seriously ill from covid-19, then you will be "hospitalized". i'm aware of a grand total of "zero" college football players who are playing this fall that have been "hospitalized".
that means that the few college football players who have contracted the virus have not been seriously ill and eventually fully recover, some in less than 2 weeks...
Well the SC teacher never made it to the hospital, she died three days after diagnosis. Just because someone is no longer showing syptoms of COVID 19 does not mean they are fully recovered.
"Some patients who have recovered from COVID-19 may show signs of heart damage, even weeks or months after feeling better, according to two studies published in JAMA Cardiology. Viruses attack the body by infecting cells directly. In the case of COVID-19, the virus primarily attacks the lungs. However, it can also cause your body to produce an overactive immune response which can lead to increased inflammation throughout the body.
Myocarditis can impair the heart’s ability to pump blood and send electrical signals. Severe forms of myocarditis can lead to more serious problems like abnormal heart rhythms, heart muscle disease and heart failure."https://www.hackensackmeridianhealth.org/HealthU/2020/08/13/how-does-covid-19-affect-the-heart/