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(Live Science)   Looks like in this timeline Scott Summers gets the Legacy Virus   ( divider line
    More: Sick, Common cold, Infection, Virus, Mucus, Infectious disease, Symptoms, Gene, Patient  
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1258 clicks; posted to Geek » on 23 Apr 2020 at 3:55 PM (10 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-04-23 4:11:20 PM  
Why TF did everyone in the world want to visit Wuhan? Never heard of this city before this
2020-04-23 4:11:34 PM  
It looks like....
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...the eyes have it.
2020-04-23 5:12:56 PM Full Size

So now they're probably gonna tell me that i can't get my eyeballs licked by Asian girls. What else will COVID take from me!
2020-04-23 5:47:22 PM  
Alright, at this point someone needs to admit that they turned on cheat mode and gave this thing way more points than it should have.
2020-04-23 10:59:31 PM  
This is the really important paragraph:

FTA: Though the woman's pink eye cleared on the 20th day she was at the hospital, they found the virus lingered up to the 21st day, according to the report. For the next couple of days, the virus was undetectable in both the nose and the eyes. But on day 27, they detected the virus once more in her eyes.

We don't know how many people leave the hospital told that the virus has cleared, only to have a contagious level viral load return in their eyes.
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