- Jul 27, 2004
And since I was home from the onset, which was mid-March here, with virtually no contact with anyone, except the wife, also isolating with me, where the hell are you suggesting I got it.If you recall its possible to have had Covid and not even realize it regardless of your pre-existing conditions. Approx 30% of infections are symptom-free.
Unless you've had an antibody test you don't know if you've had it/been exposed to it.
The reason we did this is that we both have issues that would almost guarantee the ICU or the morgue for us. Lots of people have nothing more than a sore arm for a day or so, in fact it is probably the majority have no worse.
The isolation also means neither of us had anything, not even the sniffles or a cold.
Nor do I understand your insistence that if you have virtually no reaction to the vaccine, that "must" have had COVID.