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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    so that was strange.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    like I used to go on long walks, but after covid whenever I went on long walks, the first thing I'd do upon getting home was vomit a lot
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    I still cant retrace how I could've possibly contracted it. Been very careful but its just that easy to spread.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    However it was strange for me in other ways
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    hmm it hits everyone slightly differently. I was hyped to go back to work and didn't experience fatigue after 14 days.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    still not ready to go back to work though... fatigue and muscle pain still there :\
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    sahi, best (Y) 2 weeks are pretty safe in my opinion
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    however its important to know that we take social distancing and masking very seriously in the workplace, so that might also be a factor in how other people didn't contract it...
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    they're even suggesting 10 days now, not the full 2 weeks, but workplaces are still cautious so i did the full 2 week quarantine
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    yeah its the infectious period thats most important
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    in the early days (april~july), we had to get a negative test to rejoin, so the now perspectives are changing a bit
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    the healthcare dept let him rejoin and there havent been any other covid cases in the office despite being in close contact with a lot of my colleagues.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    he spent 14 days in isolation and symptoms went away on the 8th or so day
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    a friend in my office was also not recommended to get re-tested
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    typically takes 14 to 17 days
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    hmm the PCR test can pick up some RNA, and you may potentially carry it for a few more weeks or months but it won't affect your own body, but it could infect others though.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    my doc isn't recommending me to get tested again for that reason
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    because im told you could potentially still test positive for several months
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    1st symptom = 7th June. Negative on 24th June
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    chalo I am glad that you've recovered :) just rest till the aftereffects go away
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    when did you test negative after first infection? how long did you wait
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    oh wow thats good to hear
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    9 i guess...
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    mine were at a 6.5 or so when I tested negative again
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    Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC: so that was strange.