Mean Tweets: Long Covid Edition

UPDATED: (February 26, 2023) Added #LongCovid Mean Tweets Second edition with a return appearance from Dr. Seuss (aka #saunastalker.) 


For those fans of Jimmy Kimmel and his "Mean Tweets" segments, I present to you from Seeking Boston's creative studio; "Mean Tweets: Long Covid Edition."

While this is trying to add (dare I say) humor to a very serious topic, most people with Long Covid are tired due to the fatigue component of this post-Covid illness that sends many like myself into a life of disability. We are also tired of "gaslighting" Covid-19 and Long Covid. We are tired of (so-called) medical professionals that spout out anger and misinformation. Your words have consequences. 

A family member confided in me and shared their Long Covid story. Yesterday, after firing their first doctor, the second one said that "losing weight" and waiting for the one year mark (oh, and exercising) will magically make all the symptoms go away. This is why I continue to campaign for awareness and reform. Write to your government officials. Raise your voice. We need research, reform, and investment. A deeper dive into my thoughts on what needs to happen in my previous post HERE.


Is it Long COVID, or Dementia, or Both?  WebMD

More proof COVID is a multi-system cluster bomb: Insight + Powered by AMPCo:

Professor Kell Bioanalytical Sciences Group Publications: (with Multiple contributions from Resia Pretorius)

COVID-19 infections increase risk of long-term brain problems

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Kristina Sauerwein,  Ziyad Al-Aly, MD, Clinical epidemiologist at Washington University

Dr. Wes Ely Tiktok (Long Covid Videos and Bio)

Man sick with COVID-19 for 14 months details struggle with brain fog and more: Meet Ty Godwin, a man who has experienced ongoing COVID-19 symptoms for over a year.

Tom Costello, NBC News Correspondent, Chrissy Callahan, Journalist Today Show

Long COVID: The impact on language and communication: Professor Louise Cummings, Hong Kong Polytechnic University



  1. Mean Tweets: Long COVID Edition to be both poignant and relevant to the challenges many people face during their long COVID journey. It's crucial to shed light on these issues, much like the need to illuminate the importance of Online Exam Help in today's education landscape.Long COVID is a serious and often misunderstood condition, and your post highlights the insensitivity and ignorance some individuals display on social media platforms. This underscores the importance of empathy and raising awareness about long COVID.


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