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Wed Jul 29, 2020, 10:20 AM

5. Read this piece with a good deal of interest

My entire family came down with 'something' in January. I was flat-out for 2 1/2 weeks and #2 in the symptom list describes what I had perfectly. It took a full month before I felt myself with the cough lingering for several weeks beyond that, even with my doctor prescribing an antibiotic. Had absolutely no appetite for nearly a month. I lived on soup.

I know January is far earlier than we think Covid-19 had a footing in the states. But it really makes me wonder if this virus spread started earlier than we know or think. Curious.

That being said, I think this classification of symptoms could be really important for early medical intervention, perhaps reducing the number of deaths.

Thanks for the link!

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