While mammalian blood is characterized by diamagnetism (as demonstrated here), as far as I know, the human body as a whole is more or less electrically neutral—that is, with all of its summed components the negative and positive charges balance each other out or there are extremely insignificant differences.
If you want to get strict though, it's theoretically possible to use a super strong magnet to repel or attract someone's entire body to a meaningful degree as long as it's not electrically neutral at a given point in time. But even in the video linked above, the guy is using a super strong magnet to observe its repulsive effects on blood and the blood is just barely moving away; definitely not forceful enough to where someone wouldn't be able to resist moving with just their body weight alone.
So to answer your question: can someone be repulsed or attracted by a magnet practically? No. Can someone be repulsed or attracted by a magnet theoretically? Yes.