So far this has been a normal and boring week, except for the fact that today I’ve started isolating. Why a viral week? Because I was in contact with someone that has tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 is real this viral week.
Earlier this week I was in contact with someone that yesterday tested positive for COVID-19. The result? I’ve got to isolate for 2 weeks.
I could easily pretend that it never happened but I think that we all have to act responsibly in a situation like this. Not isolating could mean spread the virus to other people. I don’t want to be responsible for someone’s death.
I’m I being too dramatic? I don’t think so. The reason why the world is going through all of this is that people don’t take COVID-19 seriously. I hear people saying that they don’t believe in any of this. How is that even possible when people are dying?
My children will be isolated with me. What would be the consequences of letting them go to school? Their peers could catch the virus, take it home and infect other families – a snowball effect.
How am I feeling?
I want to believe that I’m just being paranoid but the truth is that my sense of smell is gone. I also feel extremely tired and I have a cough, not a new continuous cough. For precaution, I ordered a COVID-19 test. It will come through the post in the next couple of days. I’ll update you all when the result comes through.
We are all responsible.
In the meantime, I would like to ask you to think before you go out and about.
Do you really need to go out?
Can you work from home?
Can you do shopping online?
New blog design.
It’s awesome, right?
Well, this was my week.
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