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Appalachian State student dies following COVID-19 complications

Appalachian State student dies following COVID-19 complications

A North Carolina college sophomore, described as ’super-healthy’, died Monday from COVID-19 complications. Chad Dorrill, an exercise science major at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C., started feeling unwell earlier this month, after which he tested positive for COVID-19. Doctors suspected Dorrill had a previously undetected case a rare neurological disorder, triggered by the virus.

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Dust Phoxner 3 weeks

The kid had a Rare neurological disorder, debunking the super healthy propaganda piece which means he died of a comorbidity which once again proves that if you're going to die your most liley old or have a pre existing condition. Once again the media trying to scare people a head of an election on covid. Around nov 4th the Corona hysteria will slowly. die down and depending on the results of the elction it will either fade into obscurity or resurge as the next impeachment hoax.

Burger 3 weeks

This is another problem about this virus. You could have a disorder that you would normally live through without issue, but then becomes a death sentence just because of the virus. Since that disorder would not cause symptoms you would never know you had it, and could be perfectly healthy. This is why no one should not be cautious. Not only for yourself, but for others.

Jeff 3 weeks

I believe "super healthy" is the scientific definition, the summary should be broken down into lamen terms so the rest of us can understand l

ConcealCarryProtect 3 weeks

So once again, Covid kills somebody with an underlying health issue. It doesn't matter that he was perceived as healthy and was physically fit. He had a disorder. Disingenuous and disfusting to promote a narrative off dead people.

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