Covid-19 in deer?

Muzzleloader

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Saw an article today saying covid was getting really bad In Maine. Stated Maine had the fourth highest rate of new cases in the country for the last week.
They claim NH currently has the most new cases arising.
 

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My daughter had it this month. Our entire house has been vaccinated. The rest of us in the house tested negative twice during this time (not using the rapid test). A cdc lady called to do contract tracing on my daughter and asked about the family. Because I had two symptoms (scratchy throat and a runny nose) I was considered a presumed positive regardless of the test results. 24 hours later another person at the cdc told me that I wasn’t presumed positive and was cleared to go back to work. Can anyone make any sense out of the cdc????? Two different answers 24 hours apart??????
 

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Maybe being vaccinated prevented us from contracting it, even though she did? I really don’t know. I will say it’s a person’s decision to get vaccinated and their decision alone. The “worse part” of her contracting the virus was that I “had to” isolate in my stand for the last three days of muzzleloader season.
 




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