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Not entirely true, it can also depend at what age you became obese, it's far too complicated for that, if someone becomes obese in their 50's it is highly likely that if they die because of it or as a compounded effect from it it could be much quicker, example ...... men in their 40's and 50's risk of coronary heart disease increases significantly but with the advent of modern preventative medicines can be curtailed significantly (statins etc), however heart disease, apart from genetic vulnerability usually requires a secondary source (for want of a better term), the most common one being obesity, followed by others such as high blood pressure (often caused by obesity) or smoking etc.
It's not really a coincidence that Covid preys on the obese and heart/respiratory failure is a fairly common side effect of severe Covid infection.
I'm getting the pfizer vaccine tomorrow. Very excited. Hopefully in 3 weeks I get my second shot, and then 1 week after that I am safe... at least for quite some time. Will be refreshing not having to worry about it anymore for awhile (still going to wear mask everywhere, probably will wear mask everywhere in public places for life after this - not just cause of covid, but also flu, bugs in general) I mean think about it... no one ever talks to each other in a grocery store anyway, so why bother not wearing it.