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Nictuku

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45. That is not what I meant at all
Sat Jun 22, 2024, 12:33 PM
Jun 22

I did not mean as a treatment, I was wondering if you had the treatment in the past if it had any effect on your overall immunity to Covid-19.

Interesting..... Nictuku Jun 20 #1
I am sure that your experience misanthrope Jun 20 #8
That is not what I meant at all Nictuku Jun 22 #45
Gotcha**nm misanthrope Jun 22 #46
Well I am a personally acquainted with someone sdfernando Jun 20 #31
Very interesting! 2naSalit Jun 20 #2
I have never had covid. CANADIANBEAVER69 Jun 20 #3
Neither i nor mt husband have had covid. slightlv Jun 20 #6
Auto correct on an Android phone sucks. slightlv Jun 20 #7
yeah, I have type 2 diabetes so I know I wanted to get the vaccine CANADIANBEAVER69 Jun 20 #9
I believe 40 percent of covid cases have no symptons, so maybe you had it. SaintLouisBlues Jun 20 #20
I suppose the only way to know is if a blood test CANADIANBEAVER69 Jun 20 #23
Affirmative. paleotn Jun 20 #27
I've heard of false positives, but in my case I got a false negative FakeNoose Jun 20 #25
Same here. Twice vaccinated with moderna and one booster. Never caught covid SammyWinstonJack Jun 20 #22
Or had it and lacked symptoms? nt DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #37
I had all the vaccines, and have never gotten Covid. ananda Jun 20 #28
Or had it and lacked symptoms? nt DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #38
I don't think I ever had it. ananda Jun 21 #44
Nah - - - everyone knows it's because of Bill Gates and the 5G progressoid Jun 20 #4
The variability of different PoindexterOglethorpe Jun 20 #5
I had the Hong Kong flu in 68/69 time frame and Prairie_Seagull Jun 20 #10
I clearly remember the Hong Kong flu. llmart Jun 20 #18
Other people - including my family members - have had a similar story FakeNoose Jun 20 #24
No, Hong Kong flu was not early version of Covid. It was not a virus from the Coronavirus group - nt DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #33
Could be you have had it, just didn't have symptoms? nt DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #36
Direct family members in my household got it. Prairie_Seagull Jun 21 #41
Highly doubtful. llmart Jun 21 #42
In looking around I see that there is a name for this. Prairie_Seagull Jun 21 #40
Very interesting (dont'cha just love science?). I wish I was in that group that can't catch Covid...... groundloop Jun 20 #11
The vaccine can't stop us from getting covid, it prevents us from getting the severe version FakeNoose Jun 20 #15
The vaccine can, and often does, stop us from getting covid. DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #32
This test was bias ... aggiesal Jun 20 #12
My partner had it, me no hibbing Jun 20 #13
Scientists should be studying how to replicate these ppls immunity PortTack Jun 20 #14
I think they probably are FakeNoose Jun 20 #16
My daughter and her boyfriend both worked at restaurants infullview Jun 20 #17
Restaurant workers were particularly vulnerable when Covid first came out FakeNoose Jun 20 #19
Very interesting. TSExile Jun 20 #21
I was fully vaccinated when I contracted COVID-19 in March. misanthrope Jun 22 #47
I've been fully vaccinated and have never had Covid. phylny Jun 20 #26
How do you know? nt DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #34
Guessing phylny Jun 21 #43
The human immune system is fascinating. The variability person to person is even more fascinating. paleotn Jun 20 #29
Husband and I never had Covid. I have had 5 MOMFUDSKI Jun 20 #30
How do you know? DontBelieveEastisEas Jun 20 #35
No symptoms and not sick at all MOMFUDSKI Jun 21 #39
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