I know a few. Some were cold-like symptoms and a couple flu-like. That's it. Oh, and they all wore masks....
I "liked" your post because I feel your pain. My mother was also diagnosed today. She's 82 and quite healthy for her age. That said, she's still 82. She also promises me that she's been taking the 1000IU of vitamin D3 I bought her several months ago; along with her long term friend vitamin c.My mother tested positive today. Nursing home resident.
I "liked" your post because I feel your pain. My mother was also diagnosed today. She's 82 and quite healthy for her age. That said, she's still 82. She also promises me that she's been taking the 1000IU of vitamin D3 I bought her several months ago; along with her long term friend vitamin c.
Today she only had fever which is what prompted the test. In another thread, I complained about how it was taking the county 3 freaking weeks to get her first dose of the vaccine scheduled. Well, private enterprise corrected that today. Hopefully. She's scheduled for an infusion of the synthetic anti-bodies tomorrow afternoon.
Do u have type O Pos?My wife is a school teacher and she had COVID in September along with 3 other teachers in her grade level. She had a pretty bad cough, lost smell and taste and ran a fever a few days. She also had fatigue really bad and said her lungs felt like they were on fire. She was sick for about a week and a half. She has recovered mostly, but still she suffers from foggy memory. I somehow have managed to not contract it even though I was around her the whole time taking care of her. Not sure if I was asymptomatic, or my immune system has fought it off this whole time. So for me I know this virus is real and it can make one really sick. Several of her coworkers have come down with it lately and their school has been closed and moved to virtual learning for the rest of this year. It’s a messed up time in America right now. Hope you all stay safe and healthy.
It's not Impossible to be in your circumstances, but I think it is quickly becoming a statistical rarity.Today's date = Tuesday, January 26, 2021.
I still do not personally know anyone who has had Covid-19.
This includes my immediate family, my extended family, my ex-wife and her family, my neighbors, the people at my church, the folks at my gym/grocery store(s)/dentist office/doctor office/barber shop/gas station/oil change shop/Home Depot/Lowes/bird seed store/Chick-Fil-A/Braum's/BBQ joint/What-A-Burger/Rosa's Mexican Cafe/Seafood restaurant/Chinese restaurant/Pizza joint/submarine sandwich store/Cajun restaurant/etc, trash collector, USPS/UPS/FedEx/Amazon/Whole Food delivery drivers, Red Cross volunteers, Sheriff's Department volunteers, Medical Reserve Corps volunteers, Garden Club volunteers, HAM radio and SKYWARN weather spotter volunteers, et cetera.
I am NOT saying that Covid-19 is a hoax.
I am merely responding to the OP's original question.
I do not personally know anyone who has had Covid-19.
(And I do know and I do interact with a lot of people in person on a daily, weekly, monthly and/or annual basis.)