I’ll Never Know If What I Had Was Covid

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Today is my 14th day of self-isolation since three of us in our house — me, my spouse Francis, and our toddler Joaquin — went down with fever, body ache, headaches, and sniffles. Five days before the three of us had symptoms together, it was our 9-year-old daughter Dione who had fever, body ache, headache, and sniffles…




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