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"People may have cough, sputum and shortness of breath," Reddy told UPI. "COVID-19 causes acute lung injury, which is characterized by air spaces getting filled with fluid, protein and cells. It is similar to other viral pneumonias in the end results -- inability for the lung to adequately oxygenate the blood."
The type of pneumonia associated with COVID-19 has been described as an infection that affects the air passages that move air between the lungs and the outside world.
COVID-19 appears to cause severe pneumonia in a greater fraction of people than influenza, and it also spreads more easily." At this point, there is no cure for the pneumonia associated with with COVID-19, so doctors are focusing on providing "supportive care," Reddy said. This involves the use of ventilators to help the lungs maintain high oxygen levels until the infection resolves and the organs are able to function normally on their own.
originally posted by: blueman12
a reply to: carewemust
That's a massive stretch. Much of the world is doing versions of lockdowns. They are all in on the plan to crash the economy to hurt trump's reelection chances?
Please... the world does not revolve around Trump. Your theory may have plausibility if the U.S. was one of the only countries to go on a lockdown or other economy hurting measures.
I believe this whole thing is a psyop,