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1 hour ago, Carrie12345 said:

My son’s grandmother passed away the other night. 
 

Today one of dh’s employees was taken off his vent because it wasn’t helping. Older man, but fit enough to have been working insane hours in a hurricane zone for a few weeks. Went home and appears to have contracted it at a church service (as did his wife.)

I don’t know how many connections that gives us at this point. 7? 8?  All separate cases. 

Oh, I’m sorry 😞 . How old was your DH’s employee?

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DH's county went back to 5 days a week in person last week (even though the county numbers were rising and didn't meet the metrics for reopening they set themselves). 4 days in his school shut back down for three days for "contact tracing and deep cleaning" after 2 positives and 140 quarantines. Two teachers in his department are quarantined, but not him. He's back today after 3 days of teaching remotely. I'm in a constant state of low grade rage about how the county is handling things (i.e. lying and misrepresenting the data)

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So finally someone I know in my state/county has Covid.  She was in Florida last week, so I am guessing that's where she got it.  We did not have close contact with her, but this is someone involved with an establishment my kids frequent.  (I'm being vague on purpose.)  Her daughter tested negative.  Another family who had close contact tested negative.  So I guess she was not spreading it around while asymptomatic.  She's an active senior citizen.  Her daughter says she's "doing great," so I am prayerfully optimistic.

There are a lot of new cases in my county and many schools are on remote only.

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1 hour ago, Medicmom2.0 said:

I woke up sick this morning, and then my boss called to tell me that three of my coworkers that I was in the same station with last Thursday night have tested positive for Covid. 6 people were present, 3 are now positive. Fortunately no one seems to have any serious symtoms, just severe cold type stuff. 
 

I had taken vacation this week and next week anyway, so I guess I’m spending it self quarantining now.  It’s been 8 days now since exposure; one felt ill Friday and got tested, two fell ill over the weekend, and all got their tests back just in the last 48 hours. 

Didn't you have it over the summer?  If re-infection can happen over that short an interval, that is really concerning.  

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1 hour ago, Terabith said:

Didn't you have it over the summer?  If re-infection can happen over that short an interval, that is really concerning.  

 

I am wondering about this too.

or was previous sickness not confirmed CV19? 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, DorothyNJ said:

My Covid test came back negative.    So far it seems just my one student positive. 

Oh, I'm really glad! 

I've recently had a sinking feeling every time someone posts on here, lol. I mean, this isn't to discourage people from posting, but enough people know someone who's really sick that my thought is definitely "Oh no, is someone's close relative or friend sick again?" 

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56 minutes ago, Not_a_Number said:

Bumping up. I think I saw some people mention knowing others that have contracted it. Come enter things into the thread so you can keep us updated. 

How's everyone else doing? @math teacher

I have gone back to work, but my lungs still hurt when I breathe deeply. I do have enough energy, so that's good. Last night and this morning my throat was sore, but not since this morning, so maybe it was just drainage. I still cough some. 

I plan to finish out my inhalers, then re-evaluate if I think I should get my lungs scanned again. 

Thanks for checking on me.

 

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6 minutes ago, math teacher said:

I have gone back to work, but my lungs still hurt when I breathe deeply. I do have enough energy, so that's good. Last night and this morning my throat was sore, but not since this morning, so maybe it was just drainage. I still cough some. 

I plan to finish out my inhalers, then re-evaluate if I think I should get my lungs scanned again. 

Thanks for checking on me.

 

Thanks for updating us. I am glad you have enough energy! I hope you keep improving. 

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My priest is still included in  the prayer list for those who are sick, I may contact the church and see if there is any official update. I don't want to be a pest, but I'm worried. 

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It was in the local newspaper that a business has had to shut down because of so many cases.  The owner is my next door neighbor.  DH saw the neighbor getting out of the car yesterday but didn't talk to him any.  I don't know if anyone next door is included in those who are sick, or not.

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10 minutes ago, Bootsie said:

It was in the local newspaper that a business has had to shut down because of so many cases.  The owner is my next door neighbor.  DH saw the neighbor getting out of the car yesterday but didn't talk to him any.  I don't know if anyone next door is included in those who are sick, or not.

Oooh. That's rather close 😞 . 

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I didn't post here because I've not have COVID but I saw another thread that we can add what we know of 2nd hand accounts. 

An acquaintance at our old crazy church got COVID in June. She is a physical therapist and got it from a client. I was told she had a pretty bad case and had lingering effects for a couple of months. I heard she had inflammation in her heart and lungs. Her husband got it too but did not have a serious case. They are in their mid-40s and were in good health. 

A co-worker got COVID about a month ago. The whole family got it and they think the wife had it first. They have no idea where she got it. The wife has a lingering cough. My co-worker and his wife were sick for a few days. He was fatigued for about a week. Their daughter had no symptoms. The husband and wife had COVID tests shortly after the wife began having symptoms. They were both positive. They had follow up tests done 2 weeks later and the husband was negative but the wife and daughter were still positive. The wife and daughter had another test 2 days later and they were both negative at that time. The husband had traveled to another state the weekend before his positive test and spent time with friends. None of the friends developed any symptoms. I don't know if the friends were tested though. He didn't know he had COVID when he went on his trip. They are late 30s and the daughter is in elementary school. 

The parents of a friend both died of COVID in May. We're not that close so I don't know that many details. They were both about 70 and in good health. 

The father of a leader in DD's AHG troop died of COVID last week. I don't know any details. 

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2 minutes ago, Ordinary Shoes said:

I didn't post here because I've not have COVID but I saw another thread that we can add what we know of 2nd hand accounts. 

An acquaintance at our old crazy church got COVID in June. She is a physical therapist and got it from a client. I was told she had a pretty bad case and had lingering effects for a couple of months. I heard she had inflammation in her heart and lungs. Her husband got it too but did not have a serious case. They are in their mid-40s and were in good health. 

A co-worker got COVID about a month ago. The whole family got it and they think the wife had it first. They have no idea where she got it. The wife has a lingering cough. My co-worker and his wife were sick for a few days. He was fatigued for about a week. Their daughter had no symptoms. The husband and wife had COVID tests shortly after the wife began having symptoms. They were both positive. They had follow up tests done 2 weeks later and the husband was negative but the wife and daughter were still positive. The wife and daughter had another test 2 days later and they were both negative at that time. The husband had traveled to another state the weekend before his positive test and spent time with friends. None of the friends developed any symptoms. I don't know if the friends were tested though. He didn't know he had COVID when he went on his trip. They are late 30s and the daughter is in elementary school. 

The parents of a friend both died of COVID in May. We're not that close so I don't know that many details. They were both about 70 and in good health. 

The father of a leader in DD's AHG troop died of COVID last week. I don't know any details. 

Thanks! 

Yeah, 2nd hand is fine, as long as you're relatively certain of its veracity. I don't want "this happened to a friend of a friend of a friend of mine" type stories, like they used to do in the "Freaky Stories" show I used to watch as a teen, lol, but other than that, all stories are welcome. 

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University of Dallas has a campus outside of Rome, Italy.  They have 78 students studying there this fall and 10 faculty/staff.  The students went through a quarantine before leaving the US and then for two weeks upon arriving in Italy; everyone tested negative.

Then  couple of weeks ago three students reported losing a sense of smell and feeling ill.  Everyone was tested.  Results came back that 52 student (66%) s were positive and 7 staff (70%) were positive.  Two isolation groups were formed--those with positive results and those with negative results.

But.... the Italian health authorities get the results backwards--the positives were negative and vice versa.  So, the smaller group of 26 students and 7 staff were the positive results.  

The three students who were ill have recovered and the remaining 23 students and 7 faculty members have been asymptomatic so far with no fever and high oxygen levels.

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39 minutes ago, Bootsie said:

University of Dallas has a campus outside of Rome, Italy.  They have 78 students studying there this fall and 10 faculty/staff.  The students went through a quarantine before leaving the US and then for two weeks upon arriving in Italy; everyone tested negative.

Then  couple of weeks ago three students reported losing a sense of smell and feeling ill.  Everyone was tested.  Results came back that 52 student (66%) s were positive and 7 staff (70%) were positive.  Two isolation groups were formed--those with positive results and those with negative results.

But.... the Italian health authorities get the results backwards--the positives were negative and vice versa.  So, the smaller group of 26 students and 7 staff were the positive results.  

The three students who were ill have recovered and the remaining 23 students and 7 faculty members have been asymptomatic so far with no fever and high oxygen levels.

Wow, getting it backwards is just ridiculous, lol. 

Glad to hear everyone seems OK! 

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My friend just posted that her dad is not going to make it.   He is in ICU on a ventilator and has gotten sepsis and it has affected his heart.

He will probably pass tonight.

This is a family friend and my parents were good friends with them and I have stayed in touch with the daughters.

Update:   He passed away a couple of hours ago (8pm or so tonight.)

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My friend just posted that her dad is not going to make it.   He is in ICU on a ventilator and has gotten sepsis and it has affected his heart.

He will probably pass tonight.

Oh, I am so sorry 😞 . How old is her dad? 

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I found out today that 10 people, all related and ranging in age from 4 to ~70 all tested positive. All are symptomatic, but none are serious yet.

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2 hours ago, Not_a_Number said:

Wow, getting it backwards is just ridiculous, lol. 

Glad to hear everyone seems OK! 

So, we know that there aren't just problems with reporting in labs in the US--it is happening in Italy also.  I just looked back at my post and realized that I posted it incorrectly--the original testing said 7 staff were positive, but it was actually 3 (which have been asymptomatic).

With a group of 88 who are in close contact (in the same dorm, eating in the same dining hall, traveling together), it is interesting that 3 became symptomatic and 26 have been positive but not symptomatic.  It does make me wonder how wide-spread non-symptomatic cases have been. 

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4 minutes ago, Bootsie said:

It does make me wonder how wide-spread non-symptomatic cases have been. 

Much wider spread in younger people, last I checked. There's something protective about being younger than 30, it seems, and not just for severe illness -- for showing symptoms. 

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My brother near a hotspot in WI just tested positive and is quite sick. We are awaiting test results for my mom. She is currently in the hospital, we initially thought for complications from her recent surgery, but now maybe Covid too. She was recently hospitalized for over a week for emergency surgery, and he has been with her extensively. First in the hospital, then in his home, then helping her to move back to her senior apartment.

His wife is showing symptoms so will be getting tested. Their daughter lives with them and works at the hospital. They are the three primary helpers for my mom, so I’m very concerned about what will happen because no one will be able to be with her or advocate for her even if she is negative because they are all in quarantine. The hospital is over capacity and her last stay was chaotic due to that. My sister lives right there but won’t do anything, even call her on the phone. And I’m 2000 miles away. I just got off Skype with my niece in a Japan and she is thinking about flying home to help. I’m so stressed and worried.

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2 minutes ago, Frances said:

My brother near a hotspot in WI just tested positive and is quite sick. We are awaiting test results for my mom. She is currently in the hospital, we initially thought for complications from her recent surgery, but now maybe Covid too. She was recently hospitalized for over a week for emergency surgery, and he has been with her extensively. First in the hospital, then in his home, then helping her to move back to her senior apartment.

His wife is showing symptoms so will be getting tested. Their daughter lives with them and works at the hospital. They are the three primary helpers for my mom, so I’m very concerned about what will happen because no one will be able to be with her or advocate for her even if she is negative because they are all in quarantine. The hospital is over capacity and her last stay was chaotic due to that. My sister lives right there but won’t do anything, even call her on the phone. And I’m 2000 miles away. I just got off Skype with my niece in a Japan and she is thinking about flying home to help. I’m so stressed and worried.

Oh, I am SO sorry, @Frances

I know how careful and sensible you've been. This must make you feel so helpless and angry 😕 .

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My nephew with a severely compromised immune system and his wife both just tested positive. They woke up yesterday and had both lost all sense of smell and taste. We are praying for mild cases, especially for my nephew. 

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17 minutes ago, PinkTulip said:

My nephew with a severely compromised immune system and his wife both just tested positive. They woke up yesterday and had both lost all sense of smell and taste. We are praying for mild cases, especially for my nephew. 

Oh, I am very sorry to hear that 😞 . Please keep us updated. 

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The daughter of the owner at my kid's activity tested postive a few days after her mom (daughter's first test was negative).  Still not a "close contact" for us, but I am advising my kids to be more careful (of possibly being an asymptomatic spreader) just in case.  The mom is doing better, walking around like usual though she is technically in quarantine.  Daughter described her symptoms - sounds nasty, but bad cold nasty (so far).  She is only taking Tylenol and water.  Her age is about 50ish.

Her latest note says "it takes 7-10 days for the symptoms to appear."  Has that been everyone's experience?

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Ds’s household has tested negative and his grandfather remains asymptomatic, so that’s good.

Dh’s employee remains in ICU, not doing well.  I keep forgetting to get his age. From context, I’d say 60s, but I don’t know for certain.

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1 hour ago, SKL said:

Her latest note says "it takes 7-10 days for the symptoms to appear."  Has that been everyone's experience?

I've read the average is about 5 days with the vast majority appearing between 2-12 days.  I have seen some newer studies saying it is longer (like averaging 6-7 days).  That said, I do think this is a harder thing to nail down for covid-19.  When you get the flu it hits you like a bus day 1 typically.  I've heard more people ramp up to worse symptoms with this one. So day 1 and 2 you might be questioning a headache, some fatique, a tickle, etc if you're actually sick.

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1 hour ago, FuzzyCatz said:

So day 1 and 2 you might be questioning a headache, some fatique, a tickle, etc if you're actually sick.

Which is making me VERY worried about my mildly stuffed nose, sigh. I went to the doctor last week and we went to the zoo, so it's possible I could have caught something... probably just paranoia, but it's so hard to be sure. 

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1 hour ago, FuzzyCatz said:

I've read the average is about 5 days with the vast majority appearing between 2-12 days.  I have seen some newer studies saying it is longer (like averaging 6-7 days).  That said, I do think this is a harder thing to nail down for covid-19.  When you get the flu it hits you like a bus day 1 typically.  I've heard more people ramp up to worse symptoms with this one. So day 1 and 2 you might be questioning a headache, some fatique, a tickle, etc if you're actually sick.

I got a call from contact tracing yesterday, alerting me I was exposed October 15. I already knew but she said they’re seeing a lot of people have no symptoms and then get sick on day 11-14 after exposure.  
I fortunately already knew I’d been exposed, because I could have potentially gone a lot of places in the 12 days between exposure and when contact tracing called.  But—person didn’t become ill until the 17th, didn’t test until the 19th, it takes a couple of days to get results, and by the time they even get the numbers and names of those who the person was in contact with, you’re almost at 14 days anyway. 

The biggest issue with Covid-19, that there is little anyone can do anything about, is the asymptomatic spread.  The exposure on October 15 was completely asymptomatic at that point and five people now have tested positive who were in the building that night.  Everyone was masked, as well.

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15 hours ago, Frances said:

My brother near a hotspot in WI just tested positive and is quite sick. We are awaiting test results for my mom. She is currently in the hospital, we initially thought for complications from her recent surgery, but now maybe Covid too. She was recently hospitalized for over a week for emergency surgery, and he has been with her extensively. First in the hospital, then in his home, then helping her to move back to her senior apartment.

His wife is showing symptoms so will be getting tested. Their daughter lives with them and works at the hospital. They are the three primary helpers for my mom, so I’m very concerned about what will happen because no one will be able to be with her or advocate for her even if she is negative because they are all in quarantine. The hospital is over capacity and her last stay was chaotic due to that. My sister lives right there but won’t do anything, even call her on the phone. And I’m 2000 miles away. I just got off Skype with my niece in a Japan and she is thinking about flying home to help. I’m so stressed and worried.

My SIL is now positive. My mom’s first Covid test was negative. They will retest if she develops symptoms. They are still waiting for more test results for her, but think it is likely C. diff. Unlike her recent hospital stay, she is not allowed visitors. Previously, one person could be there at a time. My young adult niece who took her to the ER and stayed with her through admitting yesterday is in quarantine because she still lives at home. She actually works at the hospital where my mom is. My SIL is a healthcare worker for the other hospital system there.

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My BIL tested positive this morning. Niece is sick, too, but tested negative. Sister is congested but no other symptoms and has not tested. Here is what I need help with. My mom recently moved in with me. She spent this past Saturday at my sister's house getting more of her stuff to bring to my house. She also sent 3 hours in pretty close contact with BIL while he removed a ceiling fan and installed a new one at her old house. 

Dh called him tonight and he said last Wednesday was the peak of his symptoms. He tested on Sunday. He has no symptoms now. I'm trying to figure things out.  Contagious for how long? What is the news on that? 

I'm really irritated with my mom, who is clueless and goes right up to my son's face to tell him BIL tested positive, knowing she spent all day with him. Then opens my daughter's door to tell her. So clueless. Mom is 72 and my husband has lowered immunity plus he's trying to heal a broken neck(2020! #$%@)

Any advice?

 

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33 minutes ago, AbcdeDooDah said:

My BIL tested positive this morning. Niece is sick, too, but tested negative. Sister is congested but no other symptoms and has not tested. Here is what I need help with. My mom recently moved in with me. She spent this past Saturday at my sister's house getting more of her stuff to bring to my house. She also sent 3 hours in pretty close contact with BIL while he removed a ceiling fan and installed a new one at her old house. 

Dh called him tonight and he said last Wednesday was the peak of his symptoms. He tested on Sunday. He has no symptoms now. I'm trying to figure things out.  Contagious for how long? What is the news on that? 

I'm really irritated with my mom, who is clueless and goes right up to my son's face to tell him BIL tested positive, knowing she spent all day with him. Then opens my daughter's door to tell her. So clueless. Mom is 72 and my husband has lowered immunity plus he's trying to heal a broken neck(2020! #$%@)

Any advice?

 

I think peak infectiousness is just before and in the first day of symptoms so hopefully he was less infectious by the Saturday and she didn’t get it.  It does mean that if your mum did pick it up she’s potentially infectious now though. I’m sorry about your mum.  I would put everyone on the vitamin protocol if you are going to do that and try to encourage your mum to mask, wash hands and isolate but realistically it doesn’t sound like that will happen much.  And do lots of surface cleaning yourself and open windows if the weather/situation allows for it.  How is testing where you are?  Are you able to get tested without symptoms based on contact with a known case?  

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22 minutes ago, Ausmumof3 said:

I think peak infectiousness is just before and in the first day of symptoms so hopefully he was less infectious by the Saturday and she didn’t get it.  It does mean that if your mum did pick it up she’s potentially infectious now though. I’m sorry about your mum.  I would put everyone on the vitamin protocol if you are going to do that and try to encourage your mum to mask, wash hands and isolate but realistically it doesn’t sound like that will happen much.  And do lots of surface cleaning yourself and open windows if the weather/situation allows for it.  How is testing where you are?  Are you able to get tested without symptoms based on contact with a known case?  

Thanks. If he had enough to test positive on Sunday I thought he would be contagious? So he was probably more contagious last week? 

Testing here is easy and abundant. No symptoms needed.

 

ETA: My mom is terrified of getting it. Not purposely reckless, just clueless. I want to say ditzy but that's not nice . . .

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8 minutes ago, AbcdeDooDah said:

Thanks. If he had enough to test positive on Sunday I thought he would be contagious? So he was probably more contagious last week? 

Testing here is easy and abundant. No symptoms needed.

 

ETA: My mom is terrified of getting it. Not purposely reckless, just clueless. I want to say ditzy but that's not nice . . .

Not necessarily, people will sometimes return a positive PCR test with viral fragments that aren’t infectious any more.  Really hoping that you all stay Covid free.

edited to add here in Aus we have had some people in quarantine test positive who were infected several months ago and believed to not be infectious any more.

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12 hours ago, Not_a_Number said:

Which is making me VERY worried about my mildly stuffed nose, sigh. I went to the doctor last week and we went to the zoo, so it's possible I could have caught something... probably just paranoia, but it's so hard to be sure. 

I’m in the same boat. Last week I finally went to the dr’s appointment I’ve been putting off all year and yesterday my nose started feeling very mildly congested. It’s the first symptom of any kind of illness I’ve had since March. The only other place I’ve been in the past couple weeks is a quick trip to the grocery store right before close, with the store almost empty. The dr’s appointment made me very uneasy, though. Small room for a long time with no windows. But what are the chances after how careful I’ve been?! We don't go inside anywhere else and no one has been to our house.  Ugh. But it seems so mild to even think of testing, but I think I’ll email my dr in the morning. Ugh, ugh. Wish I hadn’t gone to that appointment. 
 

Could a flu shot cause mild nasal congestion 6-7 days later? Seems too long. But I like that idea much better. 

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16 minutes ago, kand said:

I’m in the same boat. Last week I finally went to the dr’s appointment I’ve been putting off all year and yesterday my nose started feeling very mildly congested. It’s the first symptom of any kind of illness I’ve had since March. The only other place I’ve been in the past couple weeks is a quick trip to the grocery store right before close, with the store almost empty. The dr’s appointment made me very uneasy, though. Small room for a long time with no windows. But what are the chances after how careful I’ve been?! We don't go inside anywhere else and no one has been to our house.  Ugh. But it seems so mild to even think of testing, but I think I’ll email my dr in the morning. Ugh, ugh. Wish I hadn’t gone to that appointment. 
 

Could a flu shot cause mild nasal congestion 6-7 days later? Seems too long. But I like that idea much better. 

We came down with a couple of mild colds in the last couple of months after we started getting back to normal.  It could be Covid but could also be that it’s the first time your body has seen rhinovirus in a few months.

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23 minutes ago, Ausmumof3 said:

We came down with a couple of mild colds in the last couple of months after we started getting back to normal.  It could be Covid but could also be that it’s the first time your body has seen rhinovirus in a few months.

Yeah, it just seems bizarre because we aren’t back to normal whatsoever. We’re just as locked down as we have been the whole time. I saw the doctor (while masked, but she had me briefly lower it to look at my tonsil), and I did one grocery store tripped (me and everyone else there masked and distanced the whole time). Otherwise I haven’t seen anyone outside my family. I even disinfect groceries still. If it’s a cold, I would expect it to get worse very soon. It’s super mild. My nose is usually horrible every time I get a cold. I’ll see what tomorrow brings. 

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A person from NYC I know who got sick in February, never hospitalization level afaik, but a quite bad drawn out case,  has gotten better. 

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31 minutes ago, Pen said:

A person from NYC I know who got sick in February, never hospitalization level afaik, but a quite bad drawn out case,  has gotten better. 

As in they’ve been sick since Feb but just now recovered?  That seems hopeful for those with long Covid that eventually they will fully return to normal.

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