I ćerka profesora Džordana Pitersona bila zaražena koronom: “Beograd je bio potpuno otvoren, maske nisu bile obavezne, sve se vratilo posle izbora. Politika…”

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“Imala sam COVID-19”, objavila je Mihaila Piterson, ćerka čuvenog i kontroverznog profesora psihologije Džordana Pitersona koji je, takođe, zaražen koronavirusom.

“Moja porodica je u Beogradu zakačila koronavirus”, napisala je ona u objavi na Instagramu.⁣

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I had covid-19. This is what I looked like during it (although there we’re definitely rougher looking puffier days). ⁣ ⁣ As if this year couldn’t get any weirder, my family caught coronavirus in Belgrade. ⁣ ⁣ Long story short, we got to Belgrade and the country was COMPLETELY open, no masks necessary. A month later everything shut down again after elections. Politics… We all went back into quarantine because we’re with my dad and he’s high risk. He already had pneumonia this year. 10 days into the strict quarantine – and I mean strict, we didn’t go outside of the property – my toddler got symptoms of a flu – swiftly followed by the rest of us. Turns out a lot of people in Belgrade caught it, she must have caught it at the playground.⁣ ⁣ Dad’s doctor immediately told us it was covid and I full on didn’t believe him for 2 weeks. It was too mild for me, I thought. During that two week period I had symptoms like nausea, bloating, diarrhea, stuffy nose, puffy face, skin breakouts, muscle weakness, a few days of a slight temperature and a very very slight wheeze for two days. Not the worst virus I’ve had in the last year, although the symptoms lasted longer – off and on for 18 days and there’s still lingering bloating. ⁣ ⁣ My dad caught it too and he didn’t have many symptoms either. When they did a CT scan they said 40 percent of his lungs were affected, however his breathing was fine. They treated him just incase. The meds dad was put on to treat it seemed to be harsher than the actual virus, he’s okay now too.⁣ ⁣ I used to be an “at risk person”. I was on immune suppressants, I’ve had bronchitis at least 12 times, pneumonia 3x and I’ve been hospitalized for it once. I still stand by my previous complaints about locking down countries.⁣ ⁣ I’m sorry to anyone who has experienced a worse case of the virus or who has lost anyone to it. That’s miserable. So is suicide from lockdown anxiety and lifelong neuroticism from children growing up in a lockdown though 🙃. ⁣ ⁣ Perhaps if we focused on making people healthier the world wouldn’t be so screwed up by a virus that doesn’t really kill healthy people… yikes, I went there. Video of the experience on YouTube.

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Kako je objasnila, u Beograd, u koji je njena porodica došla zbog lečenja njenog oca od zavisnosti od lekova protiv anksioznosti, stigla je kada je zemlja bila potpuno otvorena, a nošenje maski nije bilo obavezno.

“Mesec dana kasnije, sve se ponovilo, nakon izbora. Politika…”, napisala je ona.

“Svi smo se vratili u karantin jer smo bili sa ocem koji spada u rizičnu grupu. Ove godine, on je već imao upalu pluća. Deset dana strogog karantina, nismo izlazili iz kuće. Moja ćerka je dobila simptome gripa, a onda i mi. Pokazalo se da se dosta ljudi u Beogradu zarazilo, a ona je verovatno na igralištu”, napisala je Mihaila.

“Tatin doktor nam je rekao da je to bio kovid, ali mu ja nisam verovala dve nedelje. Bilo je to previše blago za mene, pomislila sam. Tokom tog perioda imala sam simptome kao što su mučnina, natečenost, proliv, začepljen nos, malaksalost, nekoliko dana neznatne temperature i tokom dva dana lakše poteškoće sa disanjem. Nije to najgori virus koji sam imala u poslednjih godinu dana, mada su simptomi trajali duže”, napisala je ona.

⁣I njen otac, profesor Džordan Piterson, zarazio se koronavirusom, a prema njenim rečima, nije imao mnogo simptoma.

“Kada su ga pregledali, rekli su mu da mu je zahvaćeno 40 odsto pluća, ali je njegovo disanje bilo u redu. On je sada dobro”, navela je ona.