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(WCNC Charlotte)   Woman tests positive for coronavirus despite not leaving the house in 3 weeks. I mean, yeah, her husband leaves the house. And that one lady came by   (wcnc.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Woman, Influenza, Rachel Brummert, Common cold, higher risk, Charlotte woman, Pneumonia, source of the infection  
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2020-04-14 12:14:17 PM  
Sure, she didn't wash the groceries she received from a person who later tested positive before handling them, but I can say with absolute certainty that her husband is having an affair.
 
2020-04-14 12:22:29 PM  
Stay at home slows the progress of the coronavirus, not make you immune from getting it.
 
2020-04-14 12:54:55 PM  
It's the immaculate infection
 
2020-04-14 12:55:59 PM  
Repeat?
 
2020-04-14 12:57:16 PM  

powhound: Repeat?


Just read it again. Why do I have to do all your work for you?
 
2020-04-14 1:01:01 PM  
"who volunteered to drop off groceries at her doorstep once. Brummert said the woman later tested positive for COVID-19.
"I barely had any contact," she said. "I didn't even touch her." "

information about how viruses spread is available to one and all

not do that information leads to logical conclusions for most
 
2020-04-14 1:02:10 PM  

zepillin: not that that information leads to logical conclusions for most

that that

 
2020-04-14 1:02:20 PM  
"Oh and Ricardo, the heavily oiled pool boy who comes by everyday when my husband is out, but that's it."
 
2020-04-14 1:07:10 PM  
It's like that story on 9/11 when the husband leaves for work at the twin towers....


and the wife calls him...

"honey, where are you? I am worried about you...."
 
2020-04-14 1:08:19 PM  

GooberMcFly: Sure, she didn't wash the groceries she received from a person who later tested positive before handling them, but I can say with absolute certainty that her husband is having an affair.


"Brummert said aside from the pharmacist and her husband, who grocery shops but is temporarily living in a separate room, the only other person she's come into contact with is a woman who volunteered to drop off groceries at her doorstep once. Brummert said the woman later tested positive for COVID-19.
"I barely had any contact," she said. "I didn't even touch her."

Yeah, the three second rule doesn't apply here. If she was sick handling the groceries, you got the cooties, lady.
 
2020-04-14 1:09:49 PM  
I try to explain to my elderly parents over and over again how this works, but they just don't get it.  When I told them to pretend it's like glitter (they loathe glitter), they had a better grasp but still aren't quite there.

"Oh, it's just Marie, she's not sick."
"I just needed some coffee filters so it was a quick trip."
 
2020-04-14 1:19:38 PM  
"I barely had any contact," she said. "I didn't even touch her.  Oh hi, Mark."
 
2020-04-14 1:21:47 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: powhound: Repeat?

Just read it again. Why do I have to do all your work for you?


You are way overpaid as it is.
 
2020-04-14 1:41:30 PM  
Immaculate infection?
 
2020-04-14 1:42:20 PM  
My neighbors across the street never leave. I have a photograph of the six vehicles parked there Saturday as the family arrived from around the state for a little get together.

At least the lady in TFA is trying.
 
2020-04-14 1:47:55 PM  

JNowe: "I barely had any contact," she said. "I didn't even touch her.  Oh hi, Mark."


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2020-04-14 1:48:13 PM  
When did she start self-quarantine?
Around March 15. She left the house once since to visit a pharmacy on March 18.
When did symptoms first show?
She says symptoms first showed around March 22


With an incubation period up to 14 days, I think the case has been cracked.
 
2020-04-14 1:50:51 PM  
There was an article about Martin county in Minnesota, how it had an early outbreak, and one family that was heavily infected was confused and couldn't figure out why.  At the end of the article, they did happen to mention their daughter, who lived with them, had flown back from Wuhan, China at the end of January.
 
2020-04-14 2:01:49 PM  

caljar: There was an article about Martin county in Minnesota, how it had an early outbreak, and one family that was heavily infected was confused and couldn't figure out why.  At the end of the article, they did happen to mention their daughter, who lived with them, had flown back from Wuhan, China at the end of January.


Wow. That is some epic level of dumbshiattery there.
 
2020-04-14 2:04:58 PM  

houstondragon: GooberMcFly: Sure, she didn't wash the groceries she received from a person who later tested positive before handling them, but I can say with absolute certainty that her husband is having an affair.

"Brummert said aside from the pharmacist and her husband, who grocery shops but is temporarily living in a separate room, the only other person she's come into contact with is a woman who volunteered to drop off groceries at her doorstep once. Brummert said the woman later tested positive for COVID-19.
"I barely had any contact," she said. "I didn't even touch her."

Yeah, the three second rule doesn't apply here. If she was sick handling the groceries, you got the cooties, lady.


But they only kissed on the cheek!
 
2020-04-14 2:06:06 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: When did she start self-quarantine?
Around March 15. She left the house once since to visit a pharmacy on March 18.
When did symptoms first show?
She says symptoms first showed around March 22

With an incubation period up to 14 days, I think the case has been cracked.


No, no, see, be terrified! The Rona got her in her house!!
 
2020-04-14 2:56:33 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: When did she start self-quarantine?
Around March 15. She left the house once since to visit a pharmacy on March 18.
When did symptoms first show?
She says symptoms first showed around March 22

With an incubation period up to 14 days, I think the case has been cracked.


Yeah.  "Hasn't left house in three weeks" but actually has been sick for the last out of three. 🙄

So she got infected before she really started to isolate, got sick at the pharmacy, or the nice lady who delivered her groceries and, oops, had the bug.  Pick one?
 
2020-04-14 3:21:11 PM  
I had to explain this concept to my mother who wanted me to visit with my son because I had been isolating for two weeks now so I must not have it. I'm in an apartment building. Just taking the garbage out is a risk of exposure.
 
2020-04-14 3:21:40 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: When did she start self-quarantine?
Around March 15. She left the house once since to visit a pharmacy on March 18.
When did symptoms first show?
She says symptoms first showed around March 22

With an incubation period up to 14 days, I think the case has been cracked.


"I don't know how I could have gotten pregnant.  I haven't had sex in like a year!" insists woman holding her six month old child.
 
2020-04-14 4:31:44 PM  
I barely french kissed the delivery girl.
 
2020-04-14 4:46:10 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: When did she start self-quarantine?
Around March 15. She left the house once since to visit a pharmacy on March 18.
When did symptoms first show?
She says symptoms first showed around March 22

With an incubation period up to 14 days, I think the case has been cracked.


Thank you.

I came here to note that she likely got it on that trip or even before she began self-quarantine.
 
2020-04-14 5:46:14 PM  

houstondragon: GooberMcFly: Sure, she didn't wash the groceries she received from a person who later tested positive before handling them, but I can say with absolute certainty that her husband is having an affair.

"Brummert said aside from the pharmacist and her husband, who grocery shops but is temporarily living in a separate room, the only other person she's come into contact with is a woman who volunteered to drop off groceries at her doorstep once. Brummert said the woman later tested positive for COVID-19.
"I barely had any contact," she said. "I didn't even touch her."

Yeah, the three second rule doesn't apply here. If she was sick handling the groceries, you got the cooties, lady.


And, there really isn't anything newsworthy in the article. Just Farkworthy.
 
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