Fun fact. #Covid19 cases are likely now WAY understated due to the prevalence of at-home test kits
Fun fact. #Covid19 cases are likely now WAY understated due to the prevalence of at-home test kits that wont get logged to any county or state database
I can tell you of two cases in *this* household
Yes. Wife and I are breakthrough cases. Showed positive from BinmaxNow test
Went for the Regeneron treatment yesterday. Last night was pretty rough for me. Much better at the moment
But hundreds of these things are taken at home daily and arent. Ring reported to state databases
Hope you continue to do better.
Yes I agree, with the home kits, the official numbers are not going to reflect the actual cases.
You show a positive Covid test and then they give you the treatment?
What does the treatment entail?
And you feel better pretty quickly?
I have not heard of this kind of large group treatment in my area.
I was negative on Thur but had congestion. Positive Friday morning. Wife was positive Thur afternoon and had just lost smell and taste so we made an appt for her. Added me on fri morning
One in each arm (subcutaneous) and two in the stomach
Typically should see improvements in 24-48 hrs
And anyone in the house exposed is eligible so kids going down later to be safe
Wife and son have asthma. My cholesterol is a tad high and we could stand to lose weight but not obese. Just a little overweight
I have not paid much attention to this kind of treatment, so I have been remiss.
This is important stuff.
I am concerned about break through Covid, and had no idea there was widespread treatment for it.
Four shots, two in stomach seems brutal, but of course it beats the alternative: intubation, death or long haul sxs.
My daughter works in a hospital and has severe asthma, so I worry about her.
If she gets ill I will bug her about this tx. Sometimes she puts off taking care of herself.
Many thanks for this information, Roland.
There are quite a few wrinkles in how statistics are collected.
Id have to look up the state report and see if self report is a category but Id be surprised
And any case that is beyond mild is going to be registered since that person will need treatment.
And they had a strict limit of 4. (which made me think. who the hell spends $400 on a test you can for free?)
$14.99 and $12 isn't bad at all