Day 6 of a low grade temp. Should I be tested?
I am on day 6 of a low grade fever with body aches, fatigue, headaches, sore throat and just starting today a slight cough and tight chest. If DH gets sick, his job site shuts down and puts a lot of people out of work. DH was already off for 2 weeks due to jobs shutting down and the only job that stayed open, he thought had too many people working in close quarters so he chose to stay home. Good call DH because that site was shut down this week due to a positive COVID test.
DH said if I test positive, he will voluntarily self quarantine from work. Im willing to bet the SDs in food service will not. If DH grows a set and tells them they have to stay home, he will probably offer to reimburse their lost wages because their wicked SM brought CV into the house. Oh wait, wicked SM has not left the house in over 30 days so I guess I didn't bring anything in the house. DH didn't work for 2 weeks before I got sick so unless he picked up at the store, he didn't bring it home. The little skids have been quarantined for a month now, so who does that leave...my step bitches.
So does anyone have experience with COVID symptoms? My symptoms are so mild. A month ago, I would have taken an Advil and gone on with my life. Should I be tested? I have a feeling if it's COVID, it has done it's damage in the house. One of my essential step daugters brought it home asymptomatic. These people sleep in each other's beds, eat off each others plates. How is the person(me) who sits in her room, eats in her room, only touches my own stuff, has my own hidden utensils a plates and my own shelf in the fridge and been quarantined the longest the only person in the house who is sick