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Did I Already Have COVID-19?

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Posted By: Magnante, 4/30/2020 8:50:16 AM

It is an increasingly common statement, in comments sections, in social media posts and from callers on talk radio programs, “I think I had COVID-19 back in [name your month].” This is an important phenomenon for public policy. If they believed the experts, if they trusted what their governments had told them, then would people make that statement? Governments around the world saw COVID-19 start in early March and shuttered their economies, claiming it necessary to stop its spread. To ponder if one had COVID-19 before March is to doubt that narrative, and that pondering is amplified by those who tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: tsquare 4/30/2020 9:13:47 AM (No. 396198)
The wizards in dresses and cone hands, muttering incantations over their percolating stews of math models, ignore real data to destroy the economy one dictat at a time
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Reply 2 - Posted by: tsquare 4/30/2020 9:14:06 AM (No. 396199)
Cone hats
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Strike3 4/30/2020 9:15:55 AM (No. 396202)
It's a legitimate question given that the information disseminated in February and March was all guesswork and the result of faulty computer data. This virus is so close to the many strains of flu that the pattern emerged and took the same course, probably sometime in 2019, some people had a mild version, others had a serious version and the old and already sick died. The experts, Fauci and Scarf Lady had a completely different story early on and Fauci is still preaching his doom and goom scenario. To top it all off, the first batch of tests were faulty and current antibody tests are giving many false results in both directions, false positive and false negative, yet they keep chanting "more tests, more tests." I think these experts should crawl back into their hidey holes and leave us alone. Their constantly-changing story does not create confidence in any of their prognostications and our daily dose of propaganda proves to me that the problem has been magnified and used for who knows what purpose. Why the daily comparison to deaths in the Vietnam War? Is that supposed to shock us? The people who died in Vietnam were mostly young kids right out of high school, COVID-19 is killing people who are in the process of dying already.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: MMC 4/30/2020 9:16:24 AM (No. 396204)
Yes. You probably did have Covid.. I work with high school students- I am sure some of them had covid.. long lasting cough, out of school at least a week.. November and December..January and February- schools shut March 13...
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Reply 5 - Posted by: 3XALADY 4/30/2020 9:17:03 AM (No. 396206)
I am one of those that thinks I had it in January. I had a temp of 101.7, chills, cough and slept pretty much for 5 days. Was diagnosed with bronchitis that turned into pneumonia. Cough lasted for weeks.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Clinger 4/30/2020 9:20:36 AM (No. 396215)
That article sure gave the Red Chinese the benefit of the doubt. FTA: "Consumed with the memory of SARS, the Chinese immediately assumed that it came from an intermediate animal sold in wet markets. " Simple incompetence, not so sure.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: JayD 4/30/2020 9:40:03 AM (No. 396243)
Steps were taken before very much was known about the virus, its effects, and how widespread it was. That is a prudent way to reduce risk. Now as more data is being collected everyday, those steps should be adjusted to fit the new knowledge. The problem is there are many places that continue to tighten restrictions despite what is being learned, and this is introducing potentially greater risks of longterm damage to the economy. As usual, the media also has a hand in this by terrifying the half of the population that still believes what the media tells them.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Rather Read 4/30/2020 9:52:00 AM (No. 396256)
I'm pretty sure I had it in December. Fever, achy, cough. I was sick for about 5 days and it wasn't the flu.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: BirdsNest 4/30/2020 10:00:42 AM (No. 396269)
2 of the locals that come to the flea market were hit in December with something suspiciously like Covid. The coughs lingered and lingered. Yesterday the CDC was at the Tysons chicken plant. One local health official said there would be in excess of 60 more added to the infected list. We were at 229 infected with 4 deaths. Very scary for a small county. My answer would be to send ALL of the Haitians home. To Haiti. Forever.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Calamity Kate 4/30/2020 10:08:10 AM (No. 396280)
11 y/o and I flew to Seattle for Christmas from Houston. 3 days into vaca, she spiked a 102 fever for several days, nasty cough, sleepy. I felt--- off. No fever, just that 'I think I'm coming down with something' feeling, and nothing big materialized. I was popping zinc and elderberry, though. Not sure if that did anything, but I'll pretend it did. Anyhoo -- took kid to urgent care, tested negative for flu and strep. Doc told us there was a 'nasty virus' going around. I'm getting tested for antibodies today. If positive, gonna waive that test result at any scold who tells me to wear a mask.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: udanja99 4/30/2020 10:16:29 AM (No. 396291)
I’ve been wondering about that too, especially because of the high percentage of people who test positive but have no symptoms. At least 10 members of my extended family were sick as dogs back at the end of January and I was exposed to all of them on February first. But I have had no symptoms and neither has my husband. We’re both over 65.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: chance_232 4/30/2020 10:45:30 AM (No. 396325)
Let me boil this down. Trump's initial assesment was correct.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Tet Vet 68 4/30/2020 10:48:50 AM (No. 396329)
I had the worst upper respiratory infection just terrible DEC 3-DEC 20. I am convinced is was not the run of the mill cold or flu. I had my flu shot at the end of September and live in Florida
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Reply 14 - Posted by: LadyHen 4/30/2020 10:55:08 AM (No. 396344)
#10. That sounds so familiar. Same thing for us only mid January, right after plane trips and a cruise in early January. Ds had the worst cold ever with 101 fever, persistent cough, chills, slept alot, food didn't taste right. Doc said it wasn't flu just a "nasty virus" that had been going around. He was sick for 2 weeks and that cough just hung on. Dh, dd, and I felt a little bad but never really sick. A week later lots of folks at dh's work got the same stuff. Once there is a reliable antibody test, I want ds to take it.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Sandbar 4/30/2020 10:55:10 AM (No. 396345)
I'm also suspicious about the "mysterious lung disease" that supposedly was infecting and killing people that vape. The timing is right (Nov,-Jan.). Much of the liquid for vaping is packaged in China and almost all of the batteries/hardware is produced there. It was big news and then it was suddenly dropped. It just disappeared from the news. 30 -45 days later, Covid appears on the scene.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 4/30/2020 11:14:28 AM (No. 396388)
Government Health Types (Fauci) have taken over! And Hospitals are going broke and Doctors and Nurses are losing their jobs because we can't do anything but treat Covid!!! WOW we are being duped massively and we don't care! And Trump let himself be led into this mess! THAT should never have happened!!!
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Peaches 4/30/2020 11:17:32 AM (No. 396395)
I was sick in early Feb. Low grade fever, night sweats, extreme fatigue, awful congestion that was diagnosed as a sinus infection, and a cough that lasted for weeks. Had to stay home from work for two weeks, I felt so wretched. As soon as I can, I'm going to get tested for antibodies, because I'm convinced I had it.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: JubilationTCornpone 4/30/2020 11:20:52 AM (No. 396404)
Add me to the list. I think I caught it in mid-January, after an airline flight to Florida. Extremely sore throat and a deep chest cough for three weeks. Who knows? I’m going in for an annual lab work up next week and think I will ask them if they can test for antibodies while they’re at it.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: chumley 4/30/2020 11:41:04 AM (No. 396423)
Same thing for me in mid Feb. Really bad bug for about three days. Felt like I'd been hit by a truck. I blamed the grandkids and threatened to write them out of the will. I did get the flu shot in the fall. Have been fine ever since Feb.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: crashnburn 4/30/2020 11:49:25 AM (No. 396439)
My wife and I think we got it a week before Thanksgiving, last year. We live in Silicon Valley, with a lot of Chinese nationals. SV has the highest COVID-19 per-capita death rate in the US. We were exposed to a guy who had a really bad cold two Wed. before T-Day, and by Sat. evening I had my worst headache ever, and so did she. I had a severe cold for weeks; she had severe respiratory distress, only cured by Z-PAK! We had planned to go see my then 95 year old uncle, but canceled because we didn't feel up to traveling, and now am glad we didn't expose him to whatever we had.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 4/30/2020 12:19:48 PM (No. 396483)
I've been asthmatic all my life. A cold is never just a cold for me. It turns into a lung/sinus infection that has me coughing 4-5 months, even with everything my lung specialist can throw at it. I caught something in mid October. I have never been so sick. They gave me everything, steroids, antibiotics, doubled all my asthma meds. I could not shake it. I got slightly better and then deteriorated quickly. He finally diagnosed me with pneumonia in mid November. I've never had pneumonia. I have never had such a strange feeling under my sternum. An uncontrollable urge to cough and cough hard! continued.. .
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 4/30/2020 12:21:25 PM (No. 396485)
I spent Christmas eve morning in the hospital. I was worse than ever, on oxygen, intravenous steroids, fluids, respiratory therapy. They tested me for the flu it was negative. I just stopped coughing on Easter Sunday. 7 months every 5 minutes. I've never been so tired in my life. I was exhausted. I firmly believe I had the Wuhan flu and I bet if they tested me I would come back positive.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: DVC 4/30/2020 12:47:53 PM (No. 396516)
I am not yet convinced that these antibody tests to see if you had the Wuhan flu are specific enough to tell the difference between that particular corona virus and others...SARs, MERS, and the common cold. These tests were rushed out, and have been "self certified" by the individual companies. OK, suppose your test is sold 1,000,000 times and then a few months later you "discover" that while it WILL detect Wuhan flu antibodies, nobody lied, but you find that it also rings the bell on antibodies for the common cold and a few other corona viruses. Oh, my - so sorry, my mistake, and the $20,000,000 or $50,000,000 for the not-specific-enough tests sold is STILL in your company coffers. "Honest mistake", no refunds. Even if they aren't trying to be dishonest, it is super easy to make a tiny error and get a test that is 100% accurate for Wuhan flu, and also generates false positives on other corona virus antibodies. Add together MANY company's accidental errors and convenient errors..... I don't trust their antibody tests yet. Dozens of them out there, apparently and not really well tested for specificity.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: KatieJo 4/30/2020 1:58:18 PM (No. 396608)
My husband and I were sick Christmas through New Years, we live in Minnesota (sadly). I remember having a hard time breathing a couple of nights, pretty miserable. We drank lots of water and took colloidal silver, ionic zinc and elderberry. I think it went a long way towards bringing us back to health. It wasn't fun for about 10 days, but no high fever, no hospital visits, no doctors, just rest, old fashioned common sense and some immune boosters. I turned 60 in January, so we're no spring chickens either.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: or gate 4/30/2020 4:10:27 PM (No. 396750)
My wife and I had something in late November. Coughed our heads off, warn down, coughed up yellow stuff that looked like baby rice and stringy. We are old but eat right.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: thewarden 4/30/2020 5:01:02 PM (No. 396791)
Me too. Caught something late September, really only a bad wet cough that lasted 2 months, then got a flu shot. My adult son who lives with us had it too but the cough went away quicker. The first week of March he got what we thought was a cold, fatigue, etc., cough lasted weeks. I got sick a few days after he did—had a headache off and on for 2 weeks and another annoying cough I still have. Something’s going on.
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