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    Blood Type and CCP Virus, type O is protective

    People with a type O blood are 12 per cent less likely to catch the coronavirus than other blood types, a study has found.

    It also reveals that those with a negative blood type (O-, A-, B- or AB-) are, on average, 21 per cent less likely to get the virus than people with a positive type.

    Individuals with type O or negative blood are also 13 per cent and 19 per cent less likely to develop severe symptoms or die, respectively.
    People with type O blood are LESS likely to catch coronavirus

    Of course, the gaslighting will continue.

    Same site .. WebMD..

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    blood type matters, blood type doesn't matter ..

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    Well I'm O and I got it. But is was pretty mild. Like a cold, no temperature. Wife is A, and she had fever and a more severe case than me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Well I'm O and I got it. But is was pretty mild. Like a cold, no temperature. Wife is A, and she had fever and a more severe case than me.
    Yes, according to what I read about it that's about right. If O or rh negative (A-,etc) the virus doesn't function well in the respiratory system. So O and a few others get the sniffles while others get full blown respiratory issues.

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    Yes, according to what I read about it that's about right. If O or rh negative (A-,etc) the virus doesn't function well in the respiratory system. So O and a few others get the sniffles while others get full blown respiratory issues.
    That's me, right there. I agree with the "protective" term. My wife and I had very mild cases.

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    A pos - it was bad, but no respiratory involvement - just fever, chills, fatigue, loss of smell and weakness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Yes, according to what I read about it that's about right. If O or rh negative (A-,etc) the virus doesn't function well in the respiratory system. So O and a few others get the sniffles while others get full blown respiratory issues.
    Now that I think about it, my second shingles shot hit me worse than Covid. Covid was all from the neck up. The shingles shot affected me from head to toe and took me three days to get over it.

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