You were very fortunate.I went to work everyday during the pandemic. Mingled with hundreds of people. Never got sick.
When it was over and all the restrictions were lifted I got it.....twice.
I got flamed early on for saying "it's merely a bad@$$ cold that can kill you". Both times I had it, it was merely a bad@$$ cold.
I still recall the very first non-elderly infected individual who died from Covid. It was a 16 year-old girl with zero previous health issues. Got it, developed a slight cough, literally died the next day.
Windam Rotunda, better known as Superstar wrestler Bray Wyatt passed away extremely recently . What everyone glossed over.... He died from complications regarding an injury. Complications caused by a Covid infection.
Some folks get infected, they feel nothing. No symptoms. They become carriers. Easily and unknowingly infecting others who die in horrific pain. Some suffer, but recover. For others, it just feels like a slightly worse than average flu infection. Or, a bad-haas Cold.