Thanks Aaron. Today is much better than yesterday, but I think I've got a few more days of feeling crappy yet to come.Aw man hope you feel better soon. That’s a lot of sleep.
My kid got covid right after the school year started. Her second time. My wife and I didn’t catch it either time.
Thanks, The feelin crappy variant? The home test didn't specify.Hope you feel better. Do you know which variant you have?
From what they told me after I had Covid Classic back in early 2021, once your fever has broken for 24 hours you are good. You can remain covid positive on tests for up to 3 months but they do not consider you contagious at this point. This was from Public Health in Toronto so I have no idea if your protocols are different. They said if I was flying or something I would have needed a letter. Of course, now there are no tests required to fly.I'm still covid positive.
Feeling better, but still not good.
Fever was gone Wednesday afternoon.
A little cough, stuffy nose, and still tired, but otherwise OK.
Looks like I'll get another week of working at home.
With covid classic they told me the coughing could continue for weeks. And yes, people now freak out with cold symptoms. Before 2020, people would go to the office with full blown flu symptoms and aside from being secretly despised by their co-workers nobody thought anything more about it. Not true today.I talked to my office covid screener guy again today.
He said it's not uncommon to still test positive, but I should still isolate and work at home for most of next week.
If I don't get new symptoms, I should be able to go into the office Friday.
Right now, I don't really feel much different than a common cold or cough, but if I'm not still contagious, I don't want to freak out my coworkers with my coughing and whatnot.