Skip to comments.How many Freepers have been tested /treated for Covid19?
Posted on 07/10/2020 9:09:35 AM PDT by sodpoodle
I would have to believe that the majority of veteran Freepers are over 50. Most prolific posters.
How would we know if and when we lose our favorites, and or their family members?
Tested Tuesday. Negative report yesterday. Was exposed to a friend who later tested positive.
I have 1 co-worker who lost her grandmother and a friend/former co-worker who lost 1 friend to the virus.
I’m still studying up for it..................
I got tested about 3 weeks ago before a medical procedure. Negative.
Tested negative in mid-May.
Not me because I have a fear of failure. lol
Haven’t tested for covid, want to test for antibodies pretty sure I had it back and February
Like water in the sun, I’m here until I’m gone
Took the antibody test, was negative.
Had one on the 6th that was negative, will have another on the 13th. Both required prior to a medical procedure.
The only way I’d be tested is if I was walking into the hospital with severe symptoms.
It’s a privacy thing.
Tested Monday. The VA said they’d call me in two days with the results. Of course, they didn’t. They never do what they say they will do—unless they’re threatening you. Evil bastards.
I tested negative 2 weeks ago as prep for a cardiac procedure, which I had 3 days later.
Never tested, never got it. No one I know got it. I know lots of Chinese people, none of them got it.
The only case I know of personally was at an Italian meat market I was just starting to go to back in April. One of their employees. I went in once, about a week before this person’s positive status was discovered.
Didn’t affect me.
They are calling you now
Tested five times so far, most recently one week ago, at approximately two week intervals.
I get tested every two weeks because of the nature of my work and activities. I tested last Friday and got the results early Monday morning and was negative.
I sure do hate them sticking that long Q-Tip up my nose though.
Was tested for SOMETHING in Feb when, while hospitalized, they shoved a telephone pole up my nose (first time whenever. Never heard of the Who-hoo flu at the time. Don’t know of anybody that died of it.
Trying to figure out how to cheat.
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