What is so special about Reddit?
There’s a reason why Reddit is so popular with the nerdy slice of the world’s population. It’s an incredible source of information on pretty much every field of human knowledge. You can browse through the many subreddits in philosophy, languages, coding, molecular gastronomy or whatever makes your mind hungry.Apr 1, 2016
Who Uses Reddit most?
People between the age of 18 and 29 make up Reddit’s largest user base (64%). The second biggest age group is 30 to 49 (29%). Teenagers (age 13 and 14) are not very active on Reddit. Only 4% have visited the platform, which is relatively low compared to Snapchat (70%) and Instagram (65%).May 11, 2022
What are the chances of a false positive COVID-19 lateral flow test?
This is because the specificity of LFTs – their ability to accurately diagnose uninfected individuals – is higher, and therefore false positives are highly unlikely. In people who did not have COVID‐19, LFTs correctly ruled in infection in 99.5% of people with COVID-like symptoms, and 98.9% of those without them.Jun 9, 2021
Can you still test positive after recovering from COVID-19?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some people who contract COVID-19 can have detectable virus for up to three months, but that doesn’t mean they are contagious. When it comes to testing, however, the PCR tests are more likely to continue picking up the virus following infection.May 16, 2022
How long can you test positive with an at-home COVID-19 rapid-antigen-test?
At-home antigen tests may return positive results for 10 days — or even longer, up to 14 days, according to The New York Times. Public health experts have said its been difficult to understand what that means in terms of contagiousness since rapid tests cant always predict that with accuracy.Jun 1, 2022
Can you test negative for COVID-19 and still have symptoms?
If you’re experiencing COVID symptoms and were exposed, but continue testing negative for the virus, what does that mean? There have been some anecdotal reports of people contracting the virus but not testing positive for a number of days, even while symptomatic. Others, don’t test positive at all.Jun 10, 2022
Can I delete my Reddit account on mobile?
Currently, you can only delete your Reddit account by visiting Reddit on your computer’s web browser or through our iOS native mobile app. Once you delete your account, it can’t be reactivated, your username will become unavailable, and you’ll lose access to your account and all of your post and comment history.Apr 25, 2022
Does deleting the Reddit app delete your account?
You need to delete your accounts if you want them deleted, deleting the app solely deletes the app. Even after deleting all your posts and comments stay up, so if you want them gone, you’ll have to individually delete every post and comment, then delete your account, then delete your app.Jun 23, 2021