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Coronavirus **support** thread

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23 Sep
8:40pm, 23 Sep 2021
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Lizzie Whizz
Note for people who've had it: my colleague's hairdresser has noticed that quite a few clients have had loads of hair fall out a few months after infection, even with very mild cases.
23 Sep
8:50pm, 23 Sep 2021
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Meeps
Was on the news earlier that hairdressers are needing to do patch tests for regular customers for hair dying as their skin is behaving different to the dye after having covid.
23 Sep
9:17pm, 23 Sep 2021
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Mandymoo
I went to a dermatologist yesterday for exactly this reason. Have lots of bald patches where my hair has been falling out. Had it all cut short recently to help as when I was brushing it when longer it was just coming out in clumps..having major issues with my scalp too
24 Sep
9:20am, 24 Sep 2021
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Little Nemo
That's interesting about changes to hair. I cut my fringe when I first got Covid and it's hardly grown at all since then. I cut it quite short and I need it to get a bit longer before I go back to the hairdressers!
24 Sep
12:16pm, 24 Sep 2021
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sallykate
I was intrigued by this but it seems that hair loss a while after illness a known phenomenon, so unlikely to be Covid-specific - aad.org
24 Sep
12:46pm, 24 Sep 2021
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macca 53
Yes, my sister started losing her hair after covid. It started growing back after about six months...

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information, discussion and support about the unfolding Covid-19 outbreak
NO politics please
And above all please be kind and respect others points of view and concerns.

microbiologists view byFlatlander
Science of coronavirus
fetcheveryone.com/blog/37839/2020/3#blog403867
coronavirus testing by Flatlander
fetcheveryone.com/blog/37839/2020/4#blog405255

information for ashtma sufferers
asthma.org.uk

information for pregnancy
rcog.org.uk

imperial article
imperial.ac.uk
imperial.ac.uk

Government advice gov.uk

advice for those with RA and autoinmmune diseases
nras.org.uk

diabetes advice
diabetes.org.uk

explaination of the maths of the growth of the epidemic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kas0tIxDvrg&fbclid=IwAR3exg0rG_Bz3gPqjXY3rcFajqVSk-cOK5lQGVkYcuzoMOdNEp7VTgH-Kac&app=desktop


tips to help you cope
drive.google.com

Advice to stay at home
assets.publishing.service.gov.uk

planning for and what to do if you are ill
covid-at-home.info
support for self isolates
nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk

Ft coronavirus tracker
ft.com

A good article about dealing with the feelings of grief that the current situation has given us hbr.org

advice on self isolation for indivuals with symptoms or and their household
gov.uk

seven day rolling averages
ourworldindata.org

A sustainable exit strategy document
institute.global

susceptibility to covid by flatlander
fetcheveryone.com/blog/37839/2020/5#blog406151

bromage article
erinbromage.com

government guidelines 11th may for England(NI, Scotland and Wales linked at the bottom of article)
gov.uk

breathing practice
physiotherapyforbpd.org.uk

lancet articles
thelancet.com

help with mask anxiety
psychologytoday.com

tracker
travellingtabby.com

video of droplet dispersal
https://youtu.be/DNeYfUTA11s

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