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Hi, I'm Michael

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  1. Right up until this statement, it didn't sound like a Nyet game.
  2. As a point of interest medicine-wise, there's a neat analysis here: https://www.cebm.net/covid-19/registered-trials-and-analysis/ that shows a list of registered clinical trials associated with the SAR-CoV-2 virus (Up to March 8th). There were 382 at time of the article being published, but they're still running, so if you're bored, stuck inside, and wanting to know more about the treatment of COVID-19, it's an interesting read. When I say interesting read, that's both the meta-analysis on the page, as well as digging in to the studies themselves. For instance, there's a trial which just got through ethics, that trials anti-retros alongside antihistamines that was of particular interest to me. For me, it was because I get a little hayfever, and I was concerned about immunosuppressant medication to treat respiratory symptoms, in the context of a viral infection that causes lung inflammation, and potentially fatal pneumonia. In any case, it's an interesting read for any scientifically-minded humans that deal with anxiety by learning about the thing that's causing them distress!
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