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Coronavirus - everyone OK?

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Re: Coronavirus - everyone OK?

Post by Stan_da_man »

oxblood wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:03 pm Couldn't agree more, Tom - especially about the Covid denyers and tinfoil-hat conspiracy dickheads. Speaking of which, did anyone see this item recently? Pretty much says it all...

I laughed quite hard at that!
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Re: Coronavirus - everyone OK?

Post by tauzero »

I noticed a little while ago that my tinnitus, although not getting any louder (I think), has become more intrusive. A quick gwgl for "long covid tinnitus" turned up this link immediately: https://www.thebsa.org.uk/covid-19-is-m ... new-study/. Bollocks.
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Re: Coronavirus - everyone OK?

Post by RichardH »

Yes, my wife has said her tinnitus is worse since she had covid. Let's hope it's a long covid thing that will improve over time...
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