There is so much we still don’t know about this. Based on how people were dying almost suddenly at home should have raised some red flags that there was more to this than just respiratory issues. Terri Powell Wiersma, I don’t love you. Even if I did, I wouldn’t want or expect an entire society to commit financial and cultural suicide to ensure your safety or mine for that matter. You or I am no more important than the man who needs to get back to work to support HIS family. Terri Powell Wiersma, what does someone else’s doings have to do with your one kidney? If you wear a mask and wash hands/sanitize, why would people going out to have any effect on you? States that have decided to open up arent having an increased death rate or outbreak, but seem to be doing better, or at minimum, the same as states that are staying shut down. Remember, its Their body, their choice. Terri Powell Wiersma folks don’t have to be nasty to say the highest risk people are the elderly and folks with compromised immunities. You are in that category so you need to take extra precautions to mitigate that risk. Unfortunately, life is choked full of inherent risks. We need to protect the high-risk folks while the rest of humanity moves on with life. Cheryl Nino no the article says the Call me old fashioned shirt is in all of those organs. By what you’re saying the virus still only attacks the lungs and the additional organs are then affected by the lack of oxygen. So I understand what you’re saying but that’s not what the article says. Unless I missed something. A long term study over 10 years just started in our university. There are indications for severe and long term defects even if the COVID had come with mild or no symptoms.