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For anyone who is positive Covid-19..

Can you share your experiences and ways to keep yourself always in a stable condition?
Thanks for answering!
(If there is any wrong grammar or spelling, I'm really sorry because I'm not really good in English)
-maira

Follow the official guidelines at all times and follow the doctor's advice. Don't be afraid. Even if you test positive, there is still a lot of hope. A lot more people are recovering from the virus and the chances of dying of the virus are extremely very slim. If there are any doubts, always ask a well-qualified medical professional.

(I have never tested positive for the virus, but I'm posting it just in case someone may need some motivation to win the battle against the virus.)

I wish you a well and speedy recovery from the disease.

@BurraAbhishek hit the nail on the head, and I don't think anyone can add anything more substantive. If you or someone you know has contracted the illness, @NURHUMAIRA , know that you are not alone.

On a more general note: please get vaccinated in accordance with your country's guidelines. While our knowledge of treatment protocols continues to evolve and grow, vaccination is the single best thing you can do to mitigate the worst of COVID for yourself and prevent its spread.

If you test positive for Covid via a lateral flow test:

1. Self isolate and get a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test.
2. If your PCR test comes out negative, you do not have to self isolate any more.
3. If your PCR test comes out as positive, self isolate for 10 days after you were last in contact with a person outside your household. You don't have to go to bed if you test positive and you are well enough to attend online school and do the work or homework.

Yeah, I've tested positive, but there were no serious problems. It felt just like Dengue (in India, of course. I've never had dengue but from the conclusions from my family who are doctors, I felt like non-serious Covid felt like dengue). You'll like to drink more and more water, and you'll have weakness for the first 2-4 days, then it's like normal fever, and the last 2-3 days feel like, there's no Covid, but it's there.

@NURHUMAIRA said in #1:
> Can you share your experiences and ways to keep yourself always in a stable condition?
> Thanks for answering!
> (If there is any wrong grammar or spelling, I'm really sorry because I'm not really good in English)
> -maira

Huh,try to tell our people in my country, who are COVID and organizing WEDDINGS
Their ego is in 100 level

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