Don’t know if the title was easily understandable. My cousin is sadly in prison and due to be released in October. He said a few of the guards and inmates tested positive, so they quickly put people on lockdown. My cousin texted negative, but was mistakenly put in the quarantine section with those who had tested positive but weren’t sick enough for the hospital. He was with the positive testers for a couple of weeks, I believe. They tested him twice a week, as well as everyone else, and he never got it. They slept in bunks that were 36 inches apart, nowhere near 6 feet. I’m grasping for straws here, but I’m wondering does he just have an amazing immune system that he doesn’t even catch it, or is it possible he was just lucky enough to not get it? I would think that if he had a good immune system, he would still test positive but have no symptoms. I’m hoping there’s some genetic factor that means he is immune, so it might be in the family. But I honestly have no idea, and I’m just trying to make myself feel better from the anxiety about it.
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