Have you been exposed to covid and avoided it?

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Blue_Cow
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Caught it at the end of 2020/start of 2021. Horrible 2 weeks with fatigue being the worst part (waking up at 12, going to bed at 8) and it still lingers on ever so slightly to this day.
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I remember being ill around November 2020, though I wasn't displaying covid symptoms and I wasn't tested for it either. But as i was feeling better, a pupil in my class was tested positive.

So yeah, either i did have it or i haven't, i don't really know :dontknow:
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We’ve had covid in my household twice.
We’ve also got covid at work too.
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We’ve had covid in my household twice.
We’ve also got covid at work too.
Did you catch it?
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Did you catch it?
Nope, I haven’t caught it.
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Nope, I haven’t caught it.
How much contact were you in with the people who had it?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
How much contact were you in with the people who had it?
At work, once we had identified that the individual was infected, minimal socially distanced contact. Before we realised I had probably spent 30 minutes in total interacting/ speaking with them over 2 days.

I’ve had a lot of contact with the covid positive people in my household, sat in the same room + eaten together, near enough what we would ordinarily do.
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At work, once we had identified that the individual was infected, minimal socially distanced contact. Before we realised I had probably spent 30 minutes in total interacting/ speaking with them over 2 days.

I’ve had a lot of contact with the covid positive people in my household, sat in the same room + eaten together, near enough what we would ordinarily do.
Okay thanks
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I’m fully vaccinated
In which case you're required to take LF tests for 7 days taking the tests before you leave the house each day.

https://www.gov.uk/government/public...ith-the-person
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