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[Watch] Run For 10km Can Eliminate Covid-19? Doctor Rubbishes Nonsensical Theory

[Watch] Run For 10km Can Eliminate Covid-19? Doctor Rubbishes Nonsensical Theory

If you have Covid-19 symptoms or have tested positive, you should refrain from exercise and contact your doctor.

Fernando Fong

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Putrajaya Hospital Consultant Medical Specialist and Nephrologist, Dr Rafidah Abdullah has refuted the theory that running 10 kilometres (km) could ‘eliminate’ Covid-19.

According to Dr Rafidah, all that is nonsense and when positive it is necessary to isolate oneself and quarantine.

Why did you go running 10km outside?? Want to pass your virus to others? Why are there such people. In my opinion, they should be arrested.

Dr Rafidah calling for those who are Covid-19 positive to isolate themselves.

Covid-19 Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

It all started when a TikTok user @coachacap uploaded a video of his experience with Covid-19. 

On the first day of being infected, he found it difficult to sleep and his body was sweating profusely. 

However, on the second day, he plans to jog outside in the afternoon.

Rather than staying at home, he is thankful that his stamina is still good despite being infected with Covid-19.

After jogging for almost 10 kilometres, he repeated the saliva test because he felt his body was quite healthy compared to yesterday.

The latest results show a line marking negative, giving rise to suggestions that this is the latest way to get Covid-19 negative results fast.

@coachacap First time kena #covid19 pada 2/3/2022 and 3/3/2022 #negative 😅 covid ni main main ke apa? #fyp #fypシ ♬ original sound – ashraf.samad

To help you better understand what’s happening and cut through the confusion, here are some common myths.


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