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

 
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I seem to recall hearing/seeing stories about complete shut-ins that live alone, who are almost never exposed to anyone else, getting COVID-19. I think those stories were why we saw the theory (and made-up info that they later reversed) from "scientists" that it could be living for a long time on surfaces.

Pretty sure there were threads on GLP about it.

In my mind, those stories (if true) reinforce my belief that this illness is being delivered through some vector other than person-to-person.
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Through the mail like some freaks do with anthrax?
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Re: I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.
I have it right now. I got it right after my husband, I'm quite sure it's a contagious virus. It feels similar to the flu but worse, tweaked, weird. Stranger symptoms. He was in the hospital, he just got out yesterday. He got it by going to the gym, he got it first. Then several days later I caught it from him. I get tired of peoples' wild theories. It's a virus, it's contagious, just like all other viruses.
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Ok. I believe that you believe what you believe. Doesn't change the fact that the vast majority of people who had it that I know, including myself and a family member, didn't get anyone else sick - including people they live with 24/7.
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Could be somehow Amazon related.
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have not posted this in months, but i did post it at the beginning.

early this year a friend's son got very sick with "pneumonia" and 50% of his co-workers were absent too, also due to the "pneumonia".

his work was in an Amazon warehouse.



I immediately said with that many people showing the same pneumonia-like symptoms working in the same building, it must be an environmental cause.

Legionnaires' Disease is a pneumonia associated with faulty air conditioning systems. Bacteria get in the water and are circulated in the rooms of the building.

Many were sickened with it from a single hotel in Philadelphia in 1976. They were at a Legionnaires' convention, hence the name for the disease.



when the sick convention members were able to go home, NO ONE got it from them.

only one case ever verified of person to person transmission.


to sum up, I thought Covid acted like Legionnaires.

and lots of the shipments were from China.
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A good deal of the early outbreaks were in care homes, also surprisingly a good place to acquire legionnaires disease.
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COVID-19 is a gaslighting program.



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My story. First I don’t believe the covid-19 is real, at least not the narrative being told to us.

At around 8:00 PM on August 4th I noted a slight sore throat and otherwise I felt normal.

By 10:00 I had uncontrollable tremors and a temperature of 102. The shaking was so violent I was unable to hold a glass of water.

I called my daughter and she held a water bottle and straw so I could sip. She assisted with giving me 2 doses of infant Tylenol.

Then I was put to bed with cold compresses. The shaking was scary but the really weird creepy part was running, flashing number sequences in my mind and I was unable to turn it off .

I eventually fell asleep and awoke in the AM with no signs of the ordeal except for feeling weak.

There was no coughing or other s/s of respiratory problems, I had no nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. No gastrointestinal pains.

Nobody close to me had been sick or got sick later. I’ve had colds, flu, measles, chicken pox, hives, and most of whatever a person in their 60’s can catch in the USA.

This was totally strange. My daughter thinks it was the covid. I never reported it to my MD or tested for the virus.

As stated above I believe the covid is fake but there just may be something being put out there. I received a pkg from amazon about one week before.
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My story. First I don’t believe the covid-19 is real, at least not the narrative being told to us.

At around 8:00 PM on August 4th I noted a slight sore throat and otherwise I felt normal.

By 10:00 I had uncontrollable tremors and a temperature of 102. The shaking was so violent I was unable to hold a glass of water.

I called my daughter and she held a water bottle and straw so I could sip. She assisted with giving me 2 doses of infant Tylenol.

Then I was put to bed with cold compresses. The shaking was scary but the really weird creepy part was running, flashing number sequences in my mind and I was unable to turn it off .

I eventually fell asleep and awoke in the AM with no signs of the ordeal except for feeling weak.

There was no coughing or other s/s of respiratory problems, I had no nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. No gastrointestinal pains.

Nobody close to me had been sick or got sick later. I’ve had colds, flu, measles, chicken pox, hives, and most of whatever a person in their 60’s can catch in the USA.

This was totally strange. My daughter thinks it was the covid. I never reported it to my MD or tested for the virus.

As stated above I believe the covid is fake but there just may be something being put out there. I received a pkg from amazon about one week before.
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Re: I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.
COVID-19 is a gaslighting program.



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^^^^^^
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


It has now happened to me as of 2 1/2 days ago. I am a nurse and a long term suffer of sinus infections - I have never experienced this. You literally can smell nothing, I tried so many things. Pepper, garlic, essential oil, coffee, candle. It is just gone.

I just don’t understand it. I started with what I thought was a regular sinus infection then the loss of smell, nausea and now headache. It has been 7 days since I first got sick. I could always kick a sinus infection with my sinus wash but it is evolving differently. Now my head feels heavy but next to no drainage.

My desire to eat is way decreased as well, I am guessing no sense of smell or taste is making that happen.
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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


It has now happened to me as of 2 1/2 days ago. I am a nurse and a long term suffer of sinus infections - I have never experienced this. You literally can smell nothing, I tried so many things. Pepper, garlic, essential oil, coffee, candle. It is just gone.

I just don’t understand it. I started with what I thought was a regular sinus infection then the loss of smell, nausea and now headache. It has been 7 days since I first got sick. I could always kick a sinus infection with my sinus wash but it is evolving differently. Now my head feels heavy but next to no drainage.

My desire to eat is way decreased as well, I am guessing no sense of smell or taste is making that happen.
 Quoting: Dee49


Zinc deficiency can cause a loss of sense of smell.

Maybe when you get sick, you use up all your zinc fighting the illness.
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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


It has now happened to me as of 2 1/2 days ago. I am a nurse and a long term suffer of sinus infections - I have never experienced this. You literally can smell nothing, I tried so many things. Pepper, garlic, essential oil, coffee, candle. It is just gone.

I just don’t understand it. I started with what I thought was a regular sinus infection then the loss of smell, nausea and now headache. It has been 7 days since I first got sick. I could always kick a sinus infection with my sinus wash but it is evolving differently. Now my head feels heavy but next to no drainage.

My desire to eat is way decreased as well, I am guessing no sense of smell or taste is making that happen.
 Quoting: Dee49


Zinc deficiency can cause a loss of sense of smell.

Maybe when you get sick, you use up all your zinc fighting the illness.
 Quoting: Vision Thing


Thanks, been taking zinc for a few months now. I have some liquid drops that I just added in this week.
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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


It has now happened to me as of 2 1/2 days ago. I am a nurse and a long term suffer of sinus infections - I have never experienced this. You literally can smell nothing, I tried so many things. Pepper, garlic, essential oil, coffee, candle. It is just gone.

I just don’t understand it. I started with what I thought was a regular sinus infection then the loss of smell, nausea and now headache. It has been 7 days since I first got sick. I could always kick a sinus infection with my sinus wash but it is evolving differently. Now my head feels heavy but next to no drainage.

My desire to eat is way decreased as well, I am guessing no sense of smell or taste is making that happen.
 Quoting: Dee49


Zinc deficiency can cause a loss of sense of smell.

Maybe when you get sick, you use up all your zinc fighting the illness.
 Quoting: Vision Thing


Thanks, been taking zinc for a few months now. I have some liquid drops that I just added in this week.
 Quoting: Dee49


Take vitamins d3 and c, mucinex and antibiotics. Lots of Gatorade too.
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Re: I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.
One of my cousins apparantly got it back in Europe, one of them has a fever for 3 days. Apparantly he got it from his work place. My mom freaking out, but i told her mom, when was the last time somebody called you when they were sick with the flu for 4 days.


I remember being sick for 2 weeks about 5 years ago.

Nobody called from back home to check up haha

All the old people getting scared and forgetting that they used to get sick with the flu too

My cousins are not too old, so i am gonna expect them to make a good recovery.

I'm not worried, but it just pisses me off how it scares the fuck out of people when their family member gets it, and everybody wants to cry cause they think it's something terrible, even though the stats say otherwise.
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Problem being that the stats are averaged over a broad spectrum of people X amount get it Z amount die etc but it doesn't show the randomised situation of the virus or how 20 people could die from it it one region and only 2 in another yet it will still be recorded as 22 deaths across the board.
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another theory is there are many differnt new viruses unleashed guised under covid 19 .. acting in differnt ways .. some recover some dont ...
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Hospitals are reporting a huge uptick in hypoxia cases being admitted

Ppl are passing out from excessive mask wearing
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We're sending a military unit to QUARANTINE YOUR TOWN thanks for the tip Citizen #covid tracing do you have questions? Usa.gov agentTank
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Re: I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.
This theory has been sticking with me for a while...

And the recent threads about cats and pets getting covid-19 seems to fit this idea as well... Cats do get their own coronaviruses... but to get COVID-19, that is one more weird thing on top of all the other weird.

Thread: COVID-19 Infected Cat Euthanized In Texas


The idea that something external is causing this is more likely than this being the "uncommon virus" that can cross between humans and cats... this is exceedingly uncommon.

[link to www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu (secure)]

it takes significant genetic changes to change hosts.. and then it would be a "new virus"... not COVID-19


"...Although coronaviruses can jump from one host to another, this is a slow process and requires significant genetic change. There is no evidence that coronaviruses of our common veterinary species have entered humans in the recent past or vice versa"


But the theory of it being something else... in the food, the air, 5g, etc... that makes sense to possible affect other species too.
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Re: I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.
This theory has been sticking with me for a while...

And the recent threads about cats and pets getting covid-19 seems to fit this idea as well... Cats do get their own coronaviruses... but to get COVID-19, that is one more weird thing on top of all the other weird.

Thread: COVID-19 Infected Cat Euthanized In Texas


The idea that something external is causing this is more likely than this being the "uncommon virus" that can cross between humans and cats... this is exceedingly uncommon.

[link to www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu (secure)]

it takes significant genetic changes to change hosts.. and then it would be a "new virus"... not COVID-19


"...Although coronaviruses can jump from one host to another, this is a slow process and requires significant genetic change. There is no evidence that coronaviruses of our common veterinary species have entered humans in the recent past or vice versa"


But the theory of it being something else... in the food, the air, 5g, etc... that makes sense to possible affect other species too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77015580


As time goes on and I learn of more people that had it, the more convinced I am that the primary vector for transmission of "COVID-19" is NOT the common human-to-human route.
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Re: I got sick with "COVID-19". I highly doubt that it's contagious.
This theory has been sticking with me for a while...

And the recent threads about cats and pets getting covid-19 seems to fit this idea as well... Cats do get their own coronaviruses... but to get COVID-19, that is one more weird thing on top of all the other weird.

Thread: COVID-19 Infected Cat Euthanized In Texas


The idea that something external is causing this is more likely than this being the "uncommon virus" that can cross between humans and cats... this is exceedingly uncommon.

[link to www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu (secure)]

it takes significant genetic changes to change hosts.. and then it would be a "new virus"... not COVID-19


"...Although coronaviruses can jump from one host to another, this is a slow process and requires significant genetic change. There is no evidence that coronaviruses of our common veterinary species have entered humans in the recent past or vice versa"


But the theory of it being something else... in the food, the air, 5g, etc... that makes sense to possible affect other species too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77015580


As time goes on and I learn of more people that had it, the more convinced I am that the primary vector for transmission of "COVID-19" is NOT the common human-to-human route.
 Quoting: FivelCubed


oh you're right it's in flouride toothpaste!!
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This theory has been sticking with me for a while...

And the recent threads about cats and pets getting covid-19 seems to fit this idea as well... Cats do get their own coronaviruses... but to get COVID-19, that is one more weird thing on top of all the other weird.

Thread: COVID-19 Infected Cat Euthanized In Texas


The idea that something external is causing this is more likely than this being the "uncommon virus" that can cross between humans and cats... this is exceedingly uncommon.

[link to www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu (secure)]

it takes significant genetic changes to change hosts.. and then it would be a "new virus"... not COVID-19


"...Although coronaviruses can jump from one host to another, this is a slow process and requires significant genetic change. There is no evidence that coronaviruses of our common veterinary species have entered humans in the recent past or vice versa"


But the theory of it being something else... in the food, the air, 5g, etc... that makes sense to possible affect other species too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77015580


As time goes on and I learn of more people that had it, the more convinced I am that the primary vector for transmission of "COVID-19" is NOT the common human-to-human route.
 Quoting: FivelCubed


oh you're right it's in flouride toothpaste!!
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Probably not that. I won't explain why though. LOL.
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[link to radiationdangers.com]

“The Flu” and “Microwave Sickness” Share Many of the Same Symptoms
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bump to piss off the elites lying to us.
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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
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Do you eat much McDonald's?

Serious question
 Quoting: President-Elect Yo Adrian


No. I hate their food and their prices are ridiculous anyway. However, I do occasionally eat Jack in the Box. Usually 1 or 2 times a month. I think I had some within at least 2 weeks before getting sick.
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Are you Ronald McDonald?
Serious question.
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Why not...
bump
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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


That's actually a sign of a zinc deficiency. I used to get that all the time until my doctor told me why. Sure enough, I started taking 10mg of zinc. When I got the flu, i still had taste and smell. This was several years ago. I find it interesting that people are bringing up that symptom and no doctors are speaking up about its origins.





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