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I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.

 
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EMF radiation. The symptoms.
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Well, shit. Thank you for that!
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Could be somehow Amazon related.
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It would be a sinister an efficient way to distribute a pathogen.
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Might not be relevant at all, but I do live atop the intersection of 2 major seismic faults. Before covid, my ears would often ring with altering tones before an earthquake.
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Say OP, did you have any trouble with muscles? I had a hard time keeping my head up. It lasted for months! I was so weak!
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I had weakness and random muscle twitches, as well as quick shooting pains.
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How about blurred vision? I had that for about a week if I remember correctly.
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I did have slightly blurred vision as well, along with dryness of eyes after sun went down. Also had gunk periodically in my eyes that I had to blink away. That seems to be gone now, although my eyes do get that dry feeling every once in a while.
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Wow, nice to know other people had the same weird symptoms. It gets better in time though, but it may take months.

I don't think all these people that test positive have the same thing we had, I think it's a bunch of B.S.

It's also weird how one person in the home got it but not the others, I've heard this from multiple people now!

Well, I'm leaving your thread now, it's bed time, good luck seeking the truth!
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I had weakness and random muscle twitches, as well as quick shooting pains.
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How about blurred vision? I had that for about a week if I remember correctly.
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I did have slightly blurred vision as well, along with dryness of eyes after sun went down. Also had gunk periodically in my eyes that I had to blink away. That seems to be gone now, although my eyes do get that dry feeling every once in a while.
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Wow, nice to know other people had the same weird symptoms. It gets better in time though, but it may take months.

I don't think all these people that test positive have the same thing we had, I think it's a bunch of B.S.

It's also weird how one person in the home got it but not the others, I've heard this from multiple people now!

Well, I'm leaving your thread now, it's bed time, good luck seeking the truth!
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Oh yeah...so talking to people on Thanksgiving, the experience I've had was reflected in nearly everyone else's story about people they know who had covid - just 1 person in a household got it. It didn't spread to family members.
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So, how did you catch it, you numpty
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So, how did you catch it, you numpty
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Delivery. As has been stated multiple times throughout this thread, I think it's in manufactured foods/drinks or is delivered through some more direct/targeted method like directed radiation or poisoning of a place I occupied.
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I was sick positive results the first week of November. Fever cough out of breath although worse in the evening little better in the morning. Wasn't the sickest I've ever been but pretty sick. 2 guys I work with got it the same time. Just to emphasize positive test results and symptoms no doubt I had it.

My wife who sleeps next to me never got it neither did any of my kids.

There is something weird about this and the way it spreads. Oh and btw I never get flu shots.
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I'm going to give you 5* because you're right. I haven't been anywhere but the park for 6 months. Nobody there except one time I spoke to a "biologist". Its something else. Maybe something outside where its concentrated?
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They still haven't isolated that virus, so how can anyone get sick from it?

Congrats on getting over the flu. Stop all shots and it will stop, too. True Story.

In other news, flu was down 98% this year. 98%.
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Hmm...very interesting.



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I, for one, don't understand the "loss of smell and taste"
crap. Who the heck has ever had the ordinary seasonal flu
without that happening?
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If it’s not contagious how did you get it?
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Minor detail:

I, for one, don't understand the "loss of smell and taste"
crap. Who the heck has ever had the ordinary seasonal flu
without that happening?
 Quoting: Accidental Stoner 78473529


I've never had it happen the same way with a flu/cold. If I lose smell to a flu/cold, it's because my sinuses are clogged up with snot. With COVID my sinuses were completely clear. I could breathe just fine through my nose - I just couldn't smell anything.

It seemed like a neurologically-induced loss of smell, like my brain was malfunctioning. A couple days after losing my sense of smell, I realized I actually could smell intense things for a second, like the fire cider I made last year. That stuff is crazy strong smelling from vinegar and a ton of very strong herbs and spices. The weird thing though was I could only smell it for a few seconds, then the smell would vanish again. I couldn't smell the fire cider again unless I waited at least a few minutes. It's like the part of my brain that controls smell was shorting out.
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My girlfriend definitely had it. She lost her sense of smell and taste. We continued as usual, kissed, had sex, nothing changed. I never experienced any symptoms whatsoever. I got terribly sick in January and suspect that it was covid and possibly immune now?
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Could be. I got very sick in about January as well. Same thing was hitting everyone in my town. Dr said I could have had it and got it again, although the symptoms were different last time.

When did your gf get COVID-19?
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Probably 3 months ago.
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I, for one, don't understand the "loss of smell and taste"
crap. Who the heck has ever had the ordinary seasonal flu
without that happening?
 Quoting: Accidental Stoner 78473529


I've never had it happen the same way with a flu/cold. If I lose smell to a flu/cold, it's because my sinuses are clogged up with snot. With COVID my sinuses were completely clear. I could breathe just fine through my nose - I just couldn't smell anything.

It seemed like a neurologically-induced loss of smell, like my brain was malfunctioning. A couple days after losing my sense of smell, I realized I actually could smell intense things for a second, like the fire cider I made last year. That stuff is crazy strong smelling from vinegar and a ton of very strong herbs and spices. The weird thing though was I could only smell it for a few seconds, then the smell would vanish again. I couldn't smell the fire cider again unless I waited at least a few minutes. It's like the part of my brain that controls smell was shorting out.
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Make sure to 1-star me and give me red before even reading this, guys.

I had a lot of the symptoms of "COVID-19", plus a few that aren't generally associated with it. Got the test, came back positive.

It was weird and kind of scary, but most flus I've had were a lot worse.

Another strange thing about flus vs COVID, is that flus actually are contagious, whereas it seems COVID is not.

If it were contagious, about a hundred people in my small town would have gotten it. Well, the vast majority of those people went out to get tested after learning they might have been around someone with it. All results came back negative.

My fiance, who lives with me, never had a single symptom. She also tested negative. We never stopped sleeping in the same bed and my germs were everywhere throughout the house. She's fine.

An elderly male relative of mine got it 2 days after I did (not from me - he's in a different state. Same thing for him and his wife. She didn't have a single symptom. Tested negative. Same goes for the few people he was around when he was likely at his "most infectious". He's fine now, btw.

I know of several other people with nearly identical stories.

On top of that, my Doctor, my work nurse and California's contact tracers all told me essentially the same thing: "There's no rhyme or reason behind who gets it and who doesn't. We still don't know much about it".

Uhhh...yeah. Probably because it's not actually a contagious virus. It seems most likely to me that the illness is contracted via manufactured foods/drinks or some environmental toxin. That's why sometimes a whole household will get it, but it's much more common to see only 1 person in a household get it. People in households don't always eat the same things, nor are they always in the same environments outside the home.

It's possible that we've got another Batman connection here too. In the original Batman movie, the Joker had put one half of his poison's ingredients in some household products and the other half of the poison in (iirc) cosmetic products. Use both things and the poison's ingredients are complete - the poison is assembled inside your body. The same kind of scheme may be going on here, which would allow whoever is sending this out to hide the actual vectors for delivery. They could be doing that, or they could be adding the illness to 1 out of 100 of their product. More if they want spikes im COVID counts.

So, if you get it, try to remember what you ate/drank in the past week. Maybe you were just unlucky enough to consume that bottle of soda, can of corn, stick of jerky, etc, that gave you the illness. Or maybe everyone in the household also consumed the same sick batch, which is why they got it too.

It's also a real possibility in my mind that my elderly relative and I were targeted and had it intentionally delivered to us somehow.

The only thing I can really say for sure is that from my personal experience, "COVID" doesn't seem to be contagious.
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excellent thread and OP, 5cubed, thank you

have been wondering the same thing.

2 weeks ago, I was in a hurry and craving protein. I stopped at restaurant to order a sandwich and the person in front of me in line said 'oh, you gotta get the hamburger, it's the best'
I did and
got the WORST food poisoning of my life.
this may seem like a rabbit trail but would like you to ponder it based on your Joker Delivery premise:

-spoke w/2 friends later that both got 'bad meat' (different times but in the last couple months and different states)
-they both said 'not eating meat anymore after that'
did a Bible study and found clues in Daniel 1.
He resisted meat sacrificed to idols.

I will leave this for your study,
have been healing and cleansing for the last week. my instinct is that the burger meat I got was vile!

Would be great to have a citizen reporter thread with people reporting negative effects from products used/ingested

we need to be mindful and prayerful about what we eat now.

from www.kingjamesbibleonline.org

1 In the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim king of Judah came Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon unto Jerusalem, and besieged it.

2 And the Lord gave Jehoiakim king of Judah into his hand, with part of the vessels of the house of God: which he carried into the land of Shinar to the house of his god; and he brought the vessels into the treasure house of his god.

3 And the king spake unto Ashpenaz the master of his eunuchs, that he should bring certain of the children of Israel, and of the king's seed, and of the princes;

4 Children in whom was no blemish, but well favoured, and skilful in all wisdom, and cunning in knowledge, and understanding science, and such as had ability in them to stand in the king's palace, and whom they might teach the learning and the tongue of the Chaldeans.

5 And the king appointed them a daily provision of the king's meat, and of the wine which he drank: so nourishing them three years, that at the end thereof they might stand before the king.

6 Now among these were of the children of Judah, Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah:

7 Unto whom the prince of the eunuchs gave names: for he gave unto Daniel the name of Belteshazzar; and to Hananiah, of Shadrach; and to Mishael, of Meshach; and to Azariah, of Abednego.

8 But Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself with the portion of the king's meat, nor with the wine which he drank: therefore he requested of the prince of the eunuchs that he might not defile himself.

9 Now God had brought Daniel into favour and tender love with the prince of the eunuchs.

10 And the prince of the eunuchs said unto Daniel, I fear my lord the king, who hath appointed your meat and your drink: for why should he see your faces worse liking than the children which are of your sort? then shall ye make me endanger my head to the king.

11 Then said Daniel to Melzar, whom the prince of the eunuchs had set over Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah,

12 Prove thy servants, I beseech thee, ten days; and let them give us pulse to eat, and water to drink.

13 Then let our countenances be looked upon before thee, and the countenance of the children that eat of the portion of the king's meat: and as thou seest, deal with thy servants.

14 So he consented to them in this matter, and proved them ten days.


15 And at the end of ten days their countenances appeared fairer and fatter in flesh than all the children which did eat the portion of the king's meat.

16 Thus Melzar took away the portion of their meat, and the wine that they should drink; and gave them pulse.

17 As for these four children, God gave them knowledge and skill in all learning and wisdom: and Daniel had understanding in all visions and dreams.

18 Now at the end of the days that the king had said he should bring them in, then the prince of the eunuchs brought them in before Nebuchadnezzar.

19 And the king communed with them; and among them all was found none like Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah: therefore stood they before the king.

20 And in all matters of wisdom and understanding, that the king enquired of them, he found them ten times better than all the magicians and astrologers that were in all his realm.

21 And Daniel continued even unto the first year of king Cyrus.
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Make sure to 1-star me and give me red before even reading this, guys.

I had a lot of the symptoms of "COVID-19", plus a few that aren't generally associated with it. Got the test, came back positive.

It was weird and kind of scary, but most flus I've had were a lot worse.

Another strange thing about flus vs COVID, is that flus actually are contagious, whereas it seems COVID is not.

If it were contagious, about a hundred people in my small town would have gotten it. Well, the vast majority of those people went out to get tested after learning they might have been around someone with it. All results came back negative.

My fiance, who lives with me, never had a single symptom. She also tested negative. We never stopped sleeping in the same bed and my germs were everywhere throughout the house. She's fine.

An elderly male relative of mine got it 2 days after I did (not from me - he's in a different state. Same thing for him and his wife. She didn't have a single symptom. Tested negative. Same goes for the few people he was around when he was likely at his "most infectious". He's fine now, btw.

I know of several other people with nearly identical stories.

On top of that, my Doctor, my work nurse and California's contact tracers all told me essentially the same thing: "There's no rhyme or reason behind who gets it and who doesn't. We still don't know much about it".

Uhhh...yeah. Probably because it's not actually a contagious virus. It seems most likely to me that the illness is contracted via manufactured foods/drinks or some environmental toxin. That's why sometimes a whole household will get it, but it's much more common to see only 1 person in a household get it. People in households don't always eat the same things, nor are they always in the same environments outside the home.

It's possible that we've got another Batman connection here too. In the original Batman movie, the Joker had put one half of his poison's ingredients in some household products and the other half of the poison in (iirc) cosmetic products. Use both things and the poison's ingredients are complete - the poison is assembled inside your body. The same kind of scheme may be going on here, which would allow whoever is sending this out to hide the actual vectors for delivery. They could be doing that, or they could be adding the illness to 1 out of 100 of their product. More if they want spikes im COVID counts.

So, if you get it, try to remember what you ate/drank in the past week. Maybe you were just unlucky enough to consume that bottle of soda, can of corn, stick of jerky, etc, that gave you the illness. Or maybe everyone in the household also consumed the same sick batch, which is why they got it too.

It's also a real possibility in my mind that my elderly relative and I were targeted and had it intentionally delivered to us somehow.

The only thing I can really say for sure is that from my personal experience, "COVID" doesn't seem to be contagious.
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OP, if it is not contagious, how did you get it? It seems a large portion of humans (30-40%) have natural immunity to this virus. They say there is some evidence that blood type has a lot to do with it (O seems to resist), along with differing immune system responses (T cell immunity vs antibody).
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Make sure to 1-star me and give me red before even reading this, guys.

I had a lot of the symptoms of "COVID-19", plus a few that aren't generally associated with it. Got the test, came back positive.

It was weird and kind of scary, but most flus I've had were a lot worse.

Another strange thing about flus vs COVID, is that flus actually are contagious, whereas it seems COVID is not.

If it were contagious, about a hundred people in my small town would have gotten it. Well, the vast majority of those people went out to get tested after learning they might have been around someone with it. All results came back negative.

My fiance, who lives with me, never had a single symptom. She also tested negative. We never stopped sleeping in the same bed and my germs were everywhere throughout the house. She's fine.

An elderly male relative of mine got it 2 days after I did (not from me - he's in a different state. Same thing for him and his wife. She didn't have a single symptom. Tested negative. Same goes for the few people he was around when he was likely at his "most infectious". He's fine now, btw.

I know of several other people with nearly identical stories.

On top of that, my Doctor, my work nurse and California's contact tracers all told me essentially the same thing: "There's no rhyme or reason behind who gets it and who doesn't. We still don't know much about it".

Uhhh...yeah. Probably because it's not actually a contagious virus. It seems most likely to me that the illness is contracted via manufactured foods/drinks or some environmental toxin. That's why sometimes a whole household will get it, but it's much more common to see only 1 person in a household get it. People in households don't always eat the same things, nor are they always in the same environments outside the home.

It's possible that we've got another Batman connection here too. In the original Batman movie, the Joker had put one half of his poison's ingredients in some household products and the other half of the poison in (iirc) cosmetic products. Use both things and the poison's ingredients are complete - the poison is assembled inside your body. The same kind of scheme may be going on here, which would allow whoever is sending this out to hide the actual vectors for delivery. They could be doing that, or they could be adding the illness to 1 out of 100 of their product. More if they want spikes im COVID counts.

So, if you get it, try to remember what you ate/drank in the past week. Maybe you were just unlucky enough to consume that bottle of soda, can of corn, stick of jerky, etc, that gave you the illness. Or maybe everyone in the household also consumed the same sick batch, which is why they got it too.

It's also a real possibility in my mind that my elderly relative and I were targeted and had it intentionally delivered to us somehow.

The only thing I can really say for sure is that from my personal experience, "COVID" doesn't seem to be contagious.
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Maybe you got one of those false positives and had some other illness mistakenly attributed to Covid-19? Something your fiancé is already immune to?
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EMF radiation. The symptoms.
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Well, shit. Thank you for that!
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yep, the symptoms mimic the biggest five *gee rollout was in woowooflu town in nov. then deaths.
coincidence?

this e=m=f thing is a verrrrrrrry touchy subject for ptb and AI, thus my intentional misspells.

OP, I still think you're on to something with your Joker delivery premise.
could there be some correlation btn. your premise/emf control of population/masks and 6ft ?

I've also thought for a while that this plandemic is to "mask" true intentions re control via five gee etc
to impeach efforts to drain the swamp

and to give a cover for unavoidable human collateral damage from said rollout.
as a sensitive, I have been keenly aware and affected by this.
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Hmm...very interesting.



Minor detail:

I, for one, don't understand the "loss of smell and taste"
crap. Who the heck has ever had the ordinary seasonal flu
without that happening?
 Quoting: Accidental Stoner 78473529


right away, when I read about the invasive painful swabbing, I felt - 'oh no, that's gonna affect some people's sense of smell'

and it has.

do I have a link?

you'll learn more if you are reading this and do the research yourself.

educate yourself.
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So, how did you catch it, you numpty
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Delivery. As has been stated multiple times throughout this thread, I think it's in manufactured foods/drinks or is delivered through some more direct/targeted method like directed radiation or poisoning of a place I occupied.
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So, how did you catch it, you numpty
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Delivery. As has been stated multiple times throughout this thread, I think it's in manufactured foods/drinks or is delivered through some more direct/targeted method like directed radiation or poisoning of a place I occupied.
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Go a see a shrink...
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Minor detail:

I, for one, don't understand the "loss of smell and taste"
crap. Who the heck has ever had the ordinary seasonal flu
without that happening?
 Quoting: Accidental Stoner 78473529


right away, when I read about the invasive painful swabbing, I felt - 'oh no, that's gonna affect some people's sense of smell'

and it has.

do I have a link?

you'll learn more if you are reading this and do the research yourself.

educate yourself.
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I lost my smell and taste before getting the swab.
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So, how did you catch it, you numpty
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Delivery. As has been stated multiple times throughout this thread, I think it's in manufactured foods/drinks or is delivered through some more direct/targeted method like directed radiation or poisoning of a place I occupied.
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So, how did you catch it, you numpty
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Delivery. As has been stated multiple times throughout this thread, I think it's in manufactured foods/drinks or is delivered through some more direct/targeted method like directed radiation or poisoning of a place I occupied.
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Go a see a shrink...
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Only a "special" kind of person would recommend I take advice from a cabal of pseudoscientific quacks.
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5 excellent stars!
There's never a dull moment here on planet earth, unless GLP ceased to exist...

Oh, and Biden can't dress himself....
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I personally know two people that have tested positive. Neither of them are sick. No symptoms. Nothing wrong with them. This whole wuflu shit is a scam.
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bump for discussion
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bump
There's never a dull moment here on planet earth, unless GLP ceased to exist...

Oh, and Biden can't dress himself....
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People seem to catch it from hospitals.

I know two people who had COVID. One has pre-existing conditions and regularly visits the hospital.

The other works in the restaurant business, was sick for three days with mild symptoms and tested positive. Not her boyfriend nor her roommates caught it from her, nor anyone she knows.
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op this pattern plays out over and over again.

one spouse/partner etc has no symptoms and the other gets hit hard or has some symptoms.

Your fiance is the one who gave it to you. She was minimally exposed when she was briefly exposed to it. So she has no or very very symptoms.

You on the other hand were around that virus shedding lady for days, being assaulted non-stop by her shedding, so your exposure to the virus was a lot higher, meaning you are way more likely to have a worse course of the illness.
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Well I read your post in full and gave this thread five stars.

You touch on a very interesting point:

It's also a real possibility in my mind that my elderly relative and I were targeted and had it intentionally delivered to us somehow.
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You are not the first person on here to speculate that. Someone posted a thread the other day where 9 of their family got the virus. Someone in that thread, I can't remember who or even if it was the OP, also floated that possibility.

Interesting!

Years ago my dad warned me never to submit my dna to any of those ancestry sites. I can trace every individual I'm related to back more than 300 years anyway, but that's besides the point. His worry was that you never know what they're really going to do with that information.

Consider one of the bigger ones is owned by Google. They own several odd biomedical patents as well.


The only thing I can really say for sure is that from my personal experience, "COVID" doesn't seem to be contagious.
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Some claim there is no such thing as viruses that sicken people the way bacteria or envirnomental toxins do. Look up "Bechamp vs Pasteur".





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