I am so glad you are on the mend.
We are early 70’s. In February DH swears he had it, and so do three of his co-workers. For him, it acted so much like the Walking Pneumonia he has had twice before, I made him go to the doctor. The doctor was stumped, did not give him any meds, and sent him home with the “rest and drink plenty of fluids prescription. He kept going to work and recovered but he did say whatever it was, he had never experienced that kind of sick in his life.
I have never had symptoms nor have been sick, other than my annual spring allergies. I also don’t leave the farm too much.
It is an unusual virus for sure, as there seems to a huge variation in symptoms, and that makes it really dangerous. I wish “they” could figure out why THIS person seems to avoid the virus altogether, and THAT person living the same life style and in apparent good health falls victim to the virus.
We wear our masks when we have to go somewhere, I don’t care what anyone else does, just keep a healthy distance from me:)
Having been raised on a small dairy farm, where cleanliness was paramount, I have spent my entire life covering my mouth to cough or sneeze and always washing my hands; I can’t believe how much those simple acts of good hygiene keep having to be repeated.
@MyssMyst, I,hope you have a full recovery without any residual effects:)