So I first heard that Vitamin D was a factor in Covid outcomes back in spring 2020.
Nearly a full 2 years ago.
Anyone who mentioned that outside careful whispers was immediately banned from polite and professional society.
The Karens of the world united to let us know that the Narrative had been decided and we needed to be good little subjects and fall in line.
And the clowns in the media ran stories like this:
There's no evidence it can help fight the virus.
Yale – one of the top universities in the world (apparently) – said this:
...Some of the reports are preliminary and have not been peer-reviewed, points out Kathleen Suozzi, MD, a Yale Medicine dermatologic surgeon. Dr. Suozzi says she worries that news coverage about the studies will cause people to sunbathe too much or take dangerous levels of vitamin D supplements.
The message was clear across the board: Maybe Vitamin D helps, but we need to be patient and study the science over a long, long time so crazy people don't go outside and get sunshine to stay healthy.
In the meantime, anyone who disagrees with us should be unpersoned, so go slap this flimsy mask on your face while we prepare your experimental injection.
Fast forward to February 2022, and all of a sudden the professional "elites" have discovered what your kooky great aunt knew years ago:
People with a vitamin D deficiency are more likely to have a severe or critical case of COVID-19, according to a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE.
The study is based on data from Israel's first two coronavirus waves before vaccines were widely available. The scientists stressed that vitamin supplements aren't a substitute for vaccines but that they can help immunity levels.
The scientists were utterly shocked at the "discovery."
"We found it remarkable, and striking, to see the difference in the chances of becoming a severe patient when you are lacking in vitamin D compared to when you're not," Amiel Dror, MD, the lead study author and a doctor at Galilee Medical Center, told The Times of Israel.
Although the study was conducted before the Omicron variant, he said, the coronavirus hasn't changed enough to negate the effectiveness of vitamin D.
If only these stunning and brave researchers had had access to random people's public Twitter profiles in mid-2020!
I mean, here's that evil Joe Rogan back in MAY 2020:
Just think: If governments had pushed fresh air, sunshine, and exercise – instead of those lockdowns that did nothing to reduce deaths but probably accelerated them – how many people would still be here?
Patients with a vitamin D deficiency, were 14 times more likely to have a severe or critical case of COVID-19. What's more, the mortality rate for those with insufficient vitamin D levels was 25.6%, compared with 2.3% among those with adequate levels.
The real takeaway here?
Always trust the government and the censors!
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