There are reports of people with MS doing well on COVID that is great, but it is important that you understand the course of COVID and there are essentially two parts…The good bit and then for some the bad bit or the really bad bit.
Following the initial infection there is a period, seems to be about a week when the virus is escaping immune suveillance and probably all is well and not too bad and then there is a second phase when the immune system kicks in to destroy the virus, and with it in some people your lungs, and notably creates fluid on the lungs. This occurs in about two weeks when the severe lung inflammation problem occur. Therefore when you are on Twitter and tell your story, which is fantastic, please stay how far in you are, as it will help with the news stream and help people to understand the good news that you are doing well. When you are recovering Magic and thanks for the knowledge you are creating
UK-based analysis of the problem indicate the mean duration from onset-of-symptoms to death to be 17.8 days (95% credible interval, crI 16.9,19.2 days) and from onset-of-symptoms to hospital discharge to be 22.6 days (95% crI 21.1,24.4 days) Fatality ratio across the spectrum of COVID-19 disease and demonstrate a strong age-gradient in risk (over and under 60)..