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Interesting. It's nice to hear some firsthand experience.
Thanks for the information. Good to know from a person that has gone through it.
First-hand knowledge, always the best.
Thanks for the first hand experience and common sense advice. Hopefully people stop freaking out about this so much and start handling it more accordingly.
I read an article that says it is mild when it stays more in the upper respiratory and nose.
When/if it gets down into the lungs and lower respiratory is when major problems occur.
I am curious as to how long the virus can last in a host. Will it always be there in some form and how long is any incubation period. How long is one contagious. The two week deal seems to be a misnomer.
The incubation period is up to 2 weeks. As with all viruses, you are contagious as long as you are sneezing or coughing after symptoms show. So you are looking at 2 weeks plus however long you are sick.
I am guessing it can be caught again. Kind of like with the flu. Can be caught, recover, then caught again.