Believe the experts no matter what, eh?
Belling mentioned part of this story yesterday--that part where, after 20 years of pushing low-dose aspirin for people at risk of heart attack or stroke, "the experts" have retracted that advice.
Well, maybe we KNOW why "because."
George Washington U. found that Covid patients who were using low-dose aspirin were significantly less impacted by Covid.
...The treatment reduced the risk of reaching mechanical ventilation by 44%. ICU admissions were lower by 43%, and an overall in-hospital mortality saw a 47% decrease....
Covid is a blood/vascular disease. That's been known for at least a year or so. Thus, the blood-thinning properties of low-dose aspirin can be beneficial, just as the steroids taken by COPD patients usually work to minimize lung-function impairment of the disease.
But the "get off aspirin" orders right in the middle of the Chinese Lung-Rot plandemic?
Nothing to see here. Move along.
Let's Go, Brandon!!