Discovering the Levels of Covid-19 Viral Infection and Prognosis

According to a new study on Covid-19, when looking at the BIG DATA around Covid-19 cases, there are six distinct “types” of Covid that can be categorized by clusters of symptoms and prognosis.

  • 1st Kind “flu-like with no fever”
    • 1st Level: headaches, loss of smell, muscle pains, cough, sore throat and chest pain. Patients at this level have a 1.5% chance of needing breathing support such as oxygen or a ventilator.
    • 2nd Level: loss of appetite, headache, loss of smell, cough, sore throat, hoarseness and fever. Patients at this level have a 4.4% chance of needing breathing support.
  • 2nd Kind “flu-like with fever”
    • 1st Level: loss of appetite, headache, loss of smell, cough, sore throat, hoarseness and fever. Patients at this level have a 4.4% chance of needing breathing support.
  • 3rd Kind “gastrointestinal”
    • 1st Level: do not necessarily have a cough as part of their illness. Instead, they experience headache, diarrhea, loss of smell, loss of appetite, sore throat and chest pain. Patients at this level have a 3.3% chance of needing breathing support.
  • 4th Kind “severe level one”
    • fatigue along with headache, loss of smell, cough, fever, hoarseness and chest pain. Patients at this level needed breathing support at a rate of 8.6%.
  • 5th Kind “severe level two”
    • includes the symptoms of type four along with loss of appetite, sore throat and muscle pain, and is mainly distinguished by confusion. Nearly 10% of patients at this level needed breathing support.
  • 6th Kind “severe level three, abdominal and respiratory”
    • has all the above symptoms along with abdominal pain, shortness of breath and diarrhea. Nearly 20% of these patients need breathing support.

I had “Severe level three, abdominal and respiratory.”

In other words, after compiling Covid-19 patient data and cases by symptoms and prognosis, I had the most severe level of COVID19, but beat the 20% odds of being put on a respirator.

I don’t know if this is concerning or relieving information. What I do know and have known since February, is that I had every symptom related to Covid-19 while I had the virus and my post-viral covid-19 story doesn’t seem to veer from this pattern either. It’s like I had the kitchen sink dumped on me.

While other people are recovering, at least I now know why perhaps I am not.

If you’d like to help support me in my recovery journey, please consider donating at GoFundMe: https://gf.me/u/ygkisy

https://news.yahoo.com/study-identifies-6-different-types-195200612.html

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