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Anyone still never had covid?

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Morph22010 · 09/10/2022 10:12

Never had covid, that I know of anyway as don’t regularly test only if I was Feeling I’ll or been in close contact. We’ve had covid in the household twice and only have a small house so couldn’t really isolate but I didn’t catch either time. Not complaining but thinking there can’t be many left that haven’t had. Interestingly neither my mum or dad has had either

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x2boys · 09/10/2022 10:35

Officially I had it for the first time in July, but i have had symptoms before when my oldest son had it just didn't test positive 🤷‍♀️

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fairtrauchled · 09/10/2022 10:37

DH and I,both in our 60s have never had it.(If we've had it we've been asymptomatic ).
DD,DS and their partners have never had it either.
We've all been socialising,going out to restaurants,on public transport,going to gyms etc.

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noideabutstilltrying · 09/10/2022 10:39

Myself and my 2 teens have never knowingly had it.

Out of an office of 9 5 of us have not had it.

I am in and out of peoples home for work. Have been to gigs, cinema and used the underground in London when it was packed. Also went to Knebworth over the summer to see Liam Gallagher. Not had it.

It's strange how it's spread

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Nottodaty · 09/10/2022 10:40

My 13 year old daughter- we’ve all
had covid twice didn’t self isolate in the house.
Been at school friends texting positive.
She has had 2 vaccines.
strange!

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JudithHarper · 09/10/2022 10:41

Never had it. Never wore a mask, never had any of the magic medicine and never had a test.

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polmnlj · 09/10/2022 10:41

I haven't tested positive but had a snotty virus recently but tested negative on lft in three days. I wasn't that I'll but full of snot.

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vodkaredbullgirl · 09/10/2022 10:45

Never had to nor have my adult kids. I've looked after residents with Covid, other staff have had it.

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ZeroFuchsGiven · 09/10/2022 10:46

We are a family of 6, 5 of us have never got it, one of us have had it twice.

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x2boys · 09/10/2022 10:47

JudithHarper · 09/10/2022 10:41

Never had it. Never wore a mask, never had any of the magic medicine and never had a test.

Well if you have never had a test you dint know if you have has it or not?

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BigSandyBalls2015 · 09/10/2022 10:47

Nope despite DH having it. Although I do believe I may have had it at xmas 2019, a nasty bug swept through the whole office (London).

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YellowAndGreenToBeSeen · 09/10/2022 10:47

Nope and I test regularly as I have a relative with cancer. Worked in an office from time to time, public transport, shops etc - never tested positive.

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shinynewapple22 · 09/10/2022 10:48

@JudithHarper - if you've never had a test - how do you know you've never had it? Some people have very mild or with no symptoms.

I know of a few people who still haven't had it - mainly people in their 50s/60s who either WFH or are retired - they do go out to socialise but don't have school age DC living at home . In a similar position myself - I lasted until this August .

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gamerchick · 09/10/2022 10:49

I haven't. I'll do a test if I'm ill but never tested positive.

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TheWomanTheyCallJayne · 09/10/2022 10:49

Not officially.
i think I may have had it at the beginning. Before lock down and when they were telling us cold like symptoms weren’t covid symptoms. I had a cough that lasted weeks and weeks and felt awful for a while.
But I have no way of knowing.
Husband and one of our four children haven’t either as far as we know.

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Newcatbrowntail · 09/10/2022 10:50

I haven’t had it, I isolated through the lockdowns as ECV but now I’ve had 5 vaccines I go everywhere, tube theatre, restaurants.

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TopBitchoftheWitches · 09/10/2022 10:51

Both my daughters have had it at different times and I've not got it. I worked in retail during the pandemic and now in care so regular testing was happening and never even had a symptom.

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ZittiEBuoni · 09/10/2022 10:51

DD1 has never had it, despite it being in the house twice.

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gamerchick · 09/10/2022 10:51

JudithHarper · 09/10/2022 10:41

Never had it. Never wore a mask, never had any of the magic medicine and never had a test.

Do you know what that comment sounds like? How the frig do you know if you've had it or not? 😂some people man.

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NimrodNimroy · 09/10/2022 10:52

Everyone in our extended family has had it except for my 83 year old unvaccinated Nanna. She is in regular contact with people, goes out to the shops / church groups every day and always has people in and out of her house.

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Reservoirbogs · 09/10/2022 10:52

Me. Interestingly neither have my parents or sibling. I am convinced I am completely immune. Ds has had it 3 times, no distancing at home, even drank from the same juice carton (don't judge Grin). I worked out of the home throughout, my workplace has closed down many times due to staff with covid and almost every colleague I've worked with through the pandemic has came down with it, we work in very close contact. I've been on planes and other forms of public transport, still nada 🤷‍♀️
Oh and I'm not vaccinated either!

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BlackboardMonitorVimes · 09/10/2022 10:53

No one in my household has has it. That includes a CEV, a school aged child and a retail worker. We've tested whenever ill and never been positive, even after close contact with people with covid.

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WhileMyGuitarGentlyWeeps · 09/10/2022 10:54

Most people I know haven't had it. I haven't, DH hasn't, Only one person in my street of 23 homes, most of the school mums I know and their kids, my extended family, work colleagues etc. Very few have had it. Just 3 or 4 maybe.

DD and her fiancé had it a year ago, but said it was no worse than a cold ... That's because they had the common sense to get vaccinated. One of DD's fiancé's cousins got it who has never been vaccinated. Ended up in hospital on a ventilator. Go figure!

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Sgtmajormummy · 09/10/2022 10:54

All my family. Triple vaccinated in a NE Italian city full of vaccine refusers. DC1 working in hospital (fully clad) and DC2 in school.
Apart from for travel reasons I’ve only tested once, to safeguard a visiting relative.

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Dougieowner · 09/10/2022 10:55

OH and I have never had it whereas I have family & colleagues who have had it multiple times (and it never seems to get any easier for them).

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x2boys · 09/10/2022 10:55

Reservoirbogs · 09/10/2022 10:52

Me. Interestingly neither have my parents or sibling. I am convinced I am completely immune. Ds has had it 3 times, no distancing at home, even drank from the same juice carton (don't judge Grin). I worked out of the home throughout, my workplace has closed down many times due to staff with covid and almost every colleague I've worked with through the pandemic has came down with it, we work in very close contact. I've been on planes and other forms of public transport, still nada 🤷‍♀️
Oh and I'm not vaccinated either!

I thought that and then tested positive in July, I wasn't to unwell though ,just a few days,
I think some people probably immune though

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