COVID-19

Me too. Went to Portugal on holiday and a few days after getting home tested positive. It’s hit me so much even though I'm triple jabbed im surprised it’s been this bad? Currently on day 4. Funny I’ve managed to avoid it until now despite being exposed so many times!
 
I really don't understand how I had cold symptoms last week and consistently tested negative, started to feel better over the weekend and then tested positive today, but here we are!

I feel like it's karma for me continuously telling my co-workers who've all had it that I must be immune fff.
 
Well it got me finally. It could of been from my sister who just had it or my boss at work, but who knows really. It hit me yesterday and my cough has already subsided but I have the chills, sweats, and body aches. I feel like I did when I got my first shot. Ug.
 
I got the Primavera strain! Started feeling not 100% last Sunday and when we got back I self tested and it was a pozzie. Terrible throat, headache, runny / stuffed nose, but no loss of smell / taste. Negative in seven days but yeah this wasn't nice. My boyfriend and close contacts didn't get it so it's all weird as O is supposed to spread super easily? Truly the most stunt queen of viruses.
 
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I got the Primavera strain! Started feeling not 100% last Sunday and when we got back I self tested and it was a pozzie. Terrible throat, headache, runny / stuffed nose, but no loss of smell / taste. Negative in seven days but yeah this wasn't nice. My boyfriend and close contacts didn't get it so it's all weird as O is supposed to spread super easily? Truly the most stunt queen of viruses.
Yeah, a friend of mine I saw there got it,
Very close contact, but it never passed on to me
 
I had covid a couple of weeks ago and went into work before any symptoms showed etc, I hung out with a family member when I started to feel ill (then tested positive that afternoon) and yet not one person I was in close contact with caught anything!

I was hit kinda bad with it, but was mainly just really tired and headachey, and I still have a cough even though everything else has gone.
 
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I still haven't managed to get it (that I know of)
 
So I think I might be over the worst of this now. Friday through Sunday I had a constant headache, shivers and muscle pain but that's all gone now. just a bit of a cough and a lack of taste and smell (which is so odd) I was worried my Diabetes would cause me to feel worse but other than the first two days it hasn't been any worse than a bad head cold.
 
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I still haven't managed to get it (that I know of)

You probably had it asymptomatic. I'd have thought mine two weeks ago was the classic 'drunk too many ice drinks' cold (I had a huge Tequila Sprite that I drunk in one sip as I wanted to free my hands to take pics of Megan thee Stallion) if I hadn't tested cause no fever, no loss of taste / smell or pain.
 
It’s got me for a 4th time. Either at a work conference last week or the Jessie Ware gig in Glasgow on Monday.

So far, just a sore throat and one blocked nostril. I woke up yesterday morning with a sore throat and just knew what type of sore throat it was. Hoping this is as bad as it gets this time around.
 
I was starting to get over this but the past day or so I have been overwhelmingly tired and still coughing a bit. My sense of smell and taste are slowly coming back though, very slowly.
 
Has anybody else gotten a cold out of nowhere? It’s not COVID (according to the test) but I’ve gone from sore throat to snotty to sickness in like 48 hours, and it feels really weird.
 
I finally got it. Thankfully it's not so bad for me, just some mild symptoms but I also did nearly fall asleep in the barbers chair earlier on.
 
We had a work event, just shared the pictures in Slack and everyone was like yeah that was fun again!
One messages below is the news that one person tested positive on COVID now after, welp.

Thank god I wasn't close to them.
 
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