Sunday, March 29, 2020

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau Recovers from COVID-19



Global is reporting that "Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is officially clear of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus that has spawned into a global pandemic. 'I am feeling so much better and have received the all clear from my physician and Ottawa Public Health,' she said in a Facebook post addressed to Canadians on Saturday."

Great news. Most people who get the virus do survive with mild symptoms.

"Grégoire Trudeau was first diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 12. At the time, the Prime Minister’s Office said her symptoms were mild and that she would remain in isolation. She was tested for the new coronavirus after she experienced symptoms upon her return from a trip to the U.K., where she had been carrying out speaking engagements."

"Symptoms can include fever, cough and difficulty breathing — very similar to a cold or flu. Some people can develop a more severe illness. People most at risk of this include older adults and people with severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease."

If you get sick, go home. This virus is no reason to shut down all businesses sending the country into a financial collapse. It's time to storm the beach and let the volunteers go back to work.

CBC is reporting that "Besides Grégoire Trudeau, the WE Day guest list included British celebrities, such as chef Jamie Oliver, actor Idris Elba, singer Leona Lewis and race car driver Lewis Hamilton. Elba has also since tested positive for COVID-19."

WW is reporting that "Idris announced on March 16 that he tested positive for coronavirus after being exposed to someone else who tested positive, hinting that it was Canadian First Lady Sophie Trudeau. At the time he said he had no symptoms, but got tested due to his proximity to the infected person. In his new health update, he said he had body aches and a headache the day that he got tested, but those were his most severe symptoms."

The LA Times is reporting that "Idris Elba, still quarantined with coronavirus, is fine but misses home." Tom Hanks is back home and doing fine as well. It's time to face the fraud. If your sick stay home. This virus is no reason to shut down all nonessential businesses and send our democratic system into financial collapse. All businesses are essential. If your sick stay home. The rest of us need to get back to work. Don't destroy the economy over this.

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