Quoted from seeburg220:
2020 sure has been and still is, a shit show. My wife and I ventured to Texas for cancer treatment for her. We've been here 6 weeks, living in a motorhome. We don't see anybody. We don't talk to anybody. We wear masks EVERYWHERE except inside the rv. We use hand sanitizer like it's oxygen. Yet, last week, we both came down with covid. My wife got tested, and it was positive. I did not get tested. I have the exact same symptoms as her: low grade fever, aches, tired, diahrea, headache, dry cough. Classic symptoms. Yesterday, my wife started doing worse, so now she's in a hospital.
I'm isolated in an RV and staying put for the next 2 to 3 weeks. I plan on getting tested after I feel better. I don't want to give this to anybody, no matter how remote.
I am posting this, as proof-positive, that people who have taken this seriously since it started, can still get this mother. I'm in fairly good health, and God willing, will recover with no issues. My wife is not, though, and that scares the crap out of me. She's been battling cancer for four, non-stop years...and now this. My advice: don't listen to the nit wits or any of the nay-sayers. This thing is incredibly contagious. We still don't know how we were infected. I'm convinced it was from surface contact, as we just haven't been near anyone, except for the drive-thru girl/guy and we always wore our masks. Peace out - Mark
Sending positive thoughts your way. Perhaps it was the visits to the treatment center? Are you in a COVID hotspot area of the state?