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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    I think I might have it. Woke up in the night with fever and tight chest. Bit of a bastard as I'm almost completely out of food.
    Take good care of yourself mate. Wish you well quickly!
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    We dont know do we cos there is no ferking tests. So basically life ends for months on end. Ive had headache & snotty nose for nearly a weak, but like i say how the hell do we know.

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    Don't feel too bad actually. I've had the flu and its nothing like that. As long as it doesn't get any worse then it's not really a problem.

    Don't know how I caught it as I thought I'd been pretty careful. I didn't even leave the house yesterday so must have been before that.
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    Im a bit worried because of that twat on the Bus last time i was out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Don't feel too bad actually. I've had the flu and its nothing like that. As long as it doesn't get any worse then it's not really a problem.

    Don't know how I caught it as I thought I'd been pretty careful. I didn't even leave the house yesterday so must have been before that.
    This thing can have a 14 day incubation period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Don't feel too bad actually. I've had the flu and its nothing like that. As long as it doesn't get any worse then it's not really a problem.

    Don't know how I caught it as I thought I'd been pretty careful. I didn't even leave the house yesterday so must have been before that.
    Take care Martin, wishing you a speedy recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post
    This thing can have a 14 day incubation period.
    Yes, there's just no way of knowing is there? I reckon I must have it as I've not had this 'tight chest' thing since I was a young child and I've had the flu and dozens of colds since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJSki2fly View Post
    Take care Martin, wishing you a speedy recovery.
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    Take care Martin, hope you feel better soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    I think I might have it. Woke up in the night with fever and tight chest. Bit of a bastard as I'm almost completely out of food.
    When did you last go out? When did you last meet or talk to someone you're not living with, or unsure of, at close quarters?

    I have had tight chests in previous years - to be avoided at all costs. However, I think it doesn't automatically follow that if you have those symptoms you have CV 19. Now we are told that some people only have mild symptoms, or even no symptoms at all.
    Without a reliable test (say at least at the 95% level) it's going to be hard to figure this out. What about a runny nose, or sneezing, which could be due to allergies?

    Re the postie bringing in the tests and/or test results - when and if they are available - the postie also has to be virus free - or immune and not a carrier.

    I'm even getting suspicious of Amazon (and other) boxes now - but allegedly the CV thing doesn't survive more than 24 hours on carboard. Some people think it's safe enough to open the boxes on a table, then dispose of the boxes immediately, wash their hands, and then clean the table, then presumably wash their hands again. I'm starting to adopt a "leave the box or packet for a day in a hall area" approach.

    Anyway, best wishes Martin, hope you feel better soon, and that no more urgent action is needed. Otherwise I guess if you put a flag up on here someone will try to sort you out.
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