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1 minute ago, Youaintseenme said:

Who thinks todays hospital figures which actually detail why people are in and how many have contracted the virus in hospital are probably representative of the situation for quite some time?

Why on earth didn’t they make this information available months ago when people were asking for it?  Maybe the fear wouldn’t have been as great of people knew the truth.

Exactly they were just control measures.

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Most people are not reporting it online so numbers are down, the Island is rife with it atm.   The nursing homes and residential homes all have cases plus the hospital numbers are up.   Some nurses that work on the bank system do shifts at Nobles and residential homes I have been told so no wonder it is spreading.   I know so many people who have it atm it is just a question of when you get it not if.    Luckily some are not badly affected but some are it is a bit like Russian roulette some of the people that have suffered the worst are young and fit yet friends whom are deemed to be vulnerable have had very mild symptoms.

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Anyone that hasn’t had it will eventually get it, i was starting to think I was immune, I’ve been exposed to it previously but it’s only in this last week I have tested positive, luckily I seem to be have very mild symptoms. I’ve taken the decision to stay away from others for as long as I have symptoms because it feels like the right thing to do but it’s absolutely rife at the moment and certainly higher than figures would suggest.

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I still swear I had it at the end of 2019. To date, not had any of the scarients.  It would be interesting to see if anyone else is in the same camp.  I know of at least 5 others like me.  All ill with all the symptoms before 2020 and have not had anything since, despite living with, or having close contacts around people who have had the other variations. 

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28 minutes ago, x-in-man said:

I still swear I had it at the end of 2019. To date, not had any of the scarients.  It would be interesting to see if anyone else is in the same camp.  I know of at least 5 others like me.  All ill with all the symptoms before 2020 and have not had anything since, despite living with, or having close contacts around people who have had the other variations. 

My son, and a colleague at work both had symptoms towards the end of 2019

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1 hour ago, x-in-man said:

I still swear I had it at the end of 2019. To date, not had any of the scarients.  It would be interesting to see if anyone else is in the same camp.  I know of at least 5 others like me.  All ill with all the symptoms before 2020 and have not had anything since, despite living with, or having close contacts around people who have had the other variations. 

February, 2019 for sure for me. Extremely and uniquely ill for ten to fourteen days with a collection of symptoms never-before experienced. Hungover from it for a month afterward. Post-viral syndrome my doc diagnosed. Shortly after, it had a name. Since then had numerous contacts with people who were, or tested positive shortly after meeting-up.

Time yet though, I suppose. 

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On 4/6/2022 at 7:00 PM, TheTeapot said:

Watch this, about China.

 

More about the same topic:

https://unherd.com/thepost/inside-shanghais-zero-covid-camp/

It tells about a young Ukrainian lady living is Shanghai who has been brought to an "isolation camp" because her covid test result was "abnormal".

She is kept there indefinitely and not even been told when and which conditions she might be released.

It would be utterly impossible for me to go along that crap for a sole day of my life. I am sorry CCP (Chinese Communist Party) I wasn't made for your shit.

 

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On 4/8/2022 at 8:01 AM, x-in-man said:

I still swear I had it at the end of 2019. To date, not had any of the scarients.  It would be interesting to see if anyone else is in the same camp.  I know of at least 5 others like me.  All ill with all the symptoms before 2020 and have not had anything since, despite living with, or having close contacts around people who have had the other variations. 

I am 100% positive that I had it late December 2019. In a mess , high fever , coughing really badly , no taste or appetite . When the symptoms came out I could tick every box and laid me up for around 8 weeks. I'd had flu over the years like everyone but this was so much worse. Again like you nothing since and close contacts all gone down with it. Makes you wonder !   

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On 4/8/2022 at 8:01 AM, x-in-man said:

 

On 4/8/2022 at 8:29 AM, Passing Time said:

 

On 4/8/2022 at 9:14 AM, quilp said:

 

36 minutes ago, Numbnuts said:

 

Yeah my brother is the same.  Late 2019 in Portugal he was destroyed by 'the worst flu he's ever had'.

Funnily enough he works at one of the schools and hasn't succumbed since.  

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1 hour ago, Numbnuts said:

I am 100% positive that I had it late December 2019. In a mess , high fever , coughing really badly , no taste or appetite . When the symptoms came out I could tick every box and laid me up for around 8 weeks. I'd had flu over the years like everyone but this was so much worse. Again like you nothing since and close contacts all gone down with it. Makes you wonder !   

I was the same in December 2019 after coming back from Maderia, never been so ill, took me about 3 months to get over it.

 

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Not the first time Dr drama would have been wrong in her opinion.

As others have said, I had family who were really ill at the back end of 2019 after they had not long traveled back from Europe and have not managed to pick up Covid or test positive for it anyway.

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2 hours ago, immortalpuppet said:

Not the first time Dr drama would have been wrong in her opinion.

As others have said, I had family who were really ill at the back end of 2019 after they had not long traveled back from Europe and have not managed to pick up Covid or test positive for it anyway.

Similar, ill after returning from Spain January 2020 , in bed 3 days . telephone call with GP , take paracetamol etc it’s just flu etc. Not caught Covid yet!

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So, those that got this mysterious early strain of covid, before it had been discovered, have longstanding immunity?

I'm with Dr G on this one.  Whatever you lot think, you didn't have covid prior to December 2019.  We've seen how it spreads - the epidemic would have happened much sooner if you had.

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20 minutes ago, wrighty said:

So, those that got this mysterious early strain of covid, before it had been discovered, have longstanding immunity?

I'm with Dr G on this one.  Whatever you lot think, you didn't have covid prior to December 2019.  We've seen how it spreads - the epidemic would have happened much sooner if you had.

There were claims in Italy that the virus could have been circulating for upto 3 months before it was identified. 

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