The more overweight you are the worse Covid is

I mean, we’ve known this practically since day 1. Overweight to obese people have been significantly more likely to get seriously sick and/or die from Covid-19 right from the start, even if they were otherwise healthy.

But instead of encouraging people to exercise and get more fit the .GOV scared people into hiding at home, shut down parks, beaches, play areas. Arrested people exercising alone or in household groups. Shut down gyms.

Now researchers have found that the coronavirus infects both fat cells and certain immune cells within body fat, prompting a damaging defensive response in the body.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/08/health/covid-fat-obesity.html

Here’s a link to the actual study.

Instead of taking advantage of this to encourage people to get healthy the .GOV did their damndest to convince people to get sicker instead. Instead of making people healthier the .GOV scared them into huddling into small indoor spaces, spaces that might have well been designed to SPREAD respiratory disease. Forced them to avoid one of the very things that would make it less likely for them to get sick. And obesity has spiked hard during this whole mess. In both children and adults. Along with mental health problems. And its not getting better. Not to mention the damage done to immune systems by being terrified of sniffles.

People are STILL scared of being around other people. Terrified of being too close to other people while getting exercise that they NEED to stay healthy. So they’re choosing NOT to exercise, which in turn is making them more likely to get seriously sick from Covid. I see it every day on social media “I tried to go to the gym today but when I got to the gym there were more than X number of people there so I couldn’t stay away from people so I went home”.

The UK is looking at an expected 700,000+ extra cases of cancer JUST FROM MISSED APPOINTMENTS over the last two years. Because we terrified people into not going to the doctor, shut down “non-emergency” treatments, shut down urgent cares.

Everyones freaking out because people aren’t getting the Covid vaccine, and meanwhile children are missing out on their childhood shots because they weren’t able to get into the doctors offices for any one of those many reasons. Are we TRYING to get additional cases of measles? Cause it sure looks like it.

Deaths from TB are continuing to spike due to lack of treatment in the 2020 shutdown. Malaria.

And the .GOV is STILL freaking out at every rise in cases, regardless of actual hospitalization increase numbers. And at the same time is taking steps to REDUCE hospital bed availability across the country. Millions and millions sent to every state for “Covid relief” and how much of it went towards increasing hospital bed availability and nurse/doctor availability?

But on no, we have to shut down “elective” procedures, we have to spread out the number of patients seen in a day, we have to……resulting in people not being able to get treatment for cancers, heart problems, joint repairs….anything that is “scheduled ahead of time” rather than “has to be done right now to save a life” is considered elective. And yet here we are again, killing more people cause god forbid we chance exposing them to a respiratory virus they’re going to get ANYWAY at some point in their life.

5 thoughts on “The more overweight you are the worse Covid is”

  1. Perhaps you have noticed that the vaccination “mandates” and “suggestions” target productive employees and exempt Illegals and “Welfare Queens”. Sounds like they are trying to create vacancies for the Woke “pets”.

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  2. Although I got the J&J shot in April, soon after I was eligible (I specifically chose to get just the 1 shot), I don’t plan on getting the booster any time soon. My whole reason for getting immunized was my plans to go see family in another state during the summer, exposing them to germs from 3 airports and planes. Well, then the Delta variant hit and I was dis-invited (hey I don’t blame them combination between elderly, immuno-compromised, other co-morbidities, and young children).

    Unless my employer requires the booster (being a government contractor), there is no reason for me to go further at this point. At my physical last month, my physician didn’t push the booster, just asked if I had gotten it to make sure my chart was up-to-date.

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    • Yah, I know ALOT of people who really only got the first shot (or pair of shots) because they had a specific travel plan, or because they figured that by doing so they’d be helping things return to normal. And those same people have very little interest in this constant booster scheme.

      A yearly “flu shot” type thing? Sure. Boosters every time we turn around? No.

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