Long Covid sucks so here’s some memes about it. Long Haulers need memes to keep their spirits up and to feel seen. This Long Covid memes page is mainly here as a bit of light relief on the Geek’s Guide To Long Covid. Hey, we’re geeky, there has to be memes.
“Covid is over”. People are still dying every day and millions are becoming disabled without medical or financial help. But this is fine.
When you have post exertional malaise from Long Covid and doctors, health apps, government advisory bodies insist that “ExEcISe iS gOOd fOr yOU!”
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New studies come out every day with evidence of real physical problems and there’s still people who think that Long Covid isn’t real, that it’s anxiety or “just all in your head.”
Breaking Bad 2022: Walter White comes down with Long Covid, not cancer. He can’t work, goes bankrupt and is too tired to start a meth business. BREAKING BED. Nah, I wouldn’t watch it either.
The CDC and governments everywhere: “You get Long Covid! And you get Long Covid! Everybody gets Long Covid!”
So, this meme is often used to dismiss people online. But it seems like a perfect way to sum up the way Long Covid is still being downplayed and the way it can be difficult to get help and support.
When you want to say “The plural of anecdote is not data” but you just smile at the doctor like this.
Sure, exercise is a great way to improve your health… when it doesn’t totally screw you up and make your symptoms worse.
More Long Covid Memes From The Web
See also: “It’s mild.” “It’s just a flu.” “I had it and it wasn’t that bad.”
The Trojan horse of Long Covid that is Omicron. See also every government relaxing or removing public health measures like masking, quarantine length, testing and reporting.
This meme was created for ME/CFS people but can easily apply to Long Covid. Too often we push through or find ourselves trying to carry on like before. It helps to be ready to accept Long Covid and its limitations.