Abandoned Scrap of Fleece
|November 13, 2020 - Direct contact with a confirmed case assisted at work. Started quarantine at home. My family has been informed and they stayed away from me like the plaque, haha! |
November 15, 2020 - Had a COVID Rapid Antibody Test. It came out positive for both IgG and IgM. Continued strict quarantine at home, and excused from work at the mean time.
November 18, 2020 - Was escorted to the Swab Testing Center to take the COVID-19 RT-PCR Swab Test. Results usually come out after 3 to 5 days.
November 22, 2020 - Swab test result comes out POSITIVE.
At this point I started freaking out a little since I'm at home and I'm with my family, and I was terrified that I might spread the virus to them, though I made sure that we were following physical distancing, and I disinfect everything I made contact with in the house, and I imprisoned myself in my room a majority of the time, but the fear is still there. With paranoia as a helpful push, I made an immediate call to the health authorities, requesting to be transferred to a facility as soon as possible.
November 23, 2020 - Transferred to the city's designated quarantine facility to continue quarantine until second swab test.
December 2, 2020 - They decided to cancel my second swab test, which is really disconcerting, but I was discharged from the quarantine facility after my second rapid antibody test came out with negative in IgM and STILL POSITIVE for IgG, but they assured me that I am in the recovery stages.
I am currently showing no symptoms, and my family is doing well, thank goodness. They also have not displayed any symptoms whatsoever, but they were also put on home quarantine the same time I was transferred to the quarantine facility.
I'm kind of grateful for Subeta now, since it gives me something to focus on while on quarantine. It will do no good for my mental health if I focus too much on my predicament.
COVID is a very serious issue, and everyone should be careful about going out for work, business, leisure, etc.
I am lucky enough that I have not experienced the worst possible COVID scenario that some other people had gone through, though now I fully understand the underlying fear and paranoia one feels when they realize, "Shit. I have COVID."
The first thing that naturally came to mind is 'where I have been', 'who I was with', 'did I have COVID on that time I was with someone', the questions were never-ending for me, it was driving me crazy.
Because, although I felt FINE, but what if I accidentally infect someone who WOULDN'T BE? I wouldn't be able to sleep well or AT ALL if I hear someone that I made contact with in a life or death situation.
To make this long story short, COVID IS NO JOKE.
Please be careful and be responsible, everyone.
COVID might be an enemy we can't see, but it is something we'll be able to overcome someday.
COVID TOO SHALL PASS
|Hello guys! My real name is Savanna and I'm 29 years old. I live in the Philippines, and my first language isn't exactly English, so please bear with me if I make grammar mistakes, haha! |
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