I tested positive for COVID-19. This is my story.

  • On the 17th, Niels showed symptoms.
  • On the 20th and 21st, he returned to daycare and came into contact with C1 in their group.
  • On the 21st, my wife showed symptoms.
  • On the 23rd, C2 and I showed symptoms.
  • Sometime after the 23rd, C1 and C2 were tested along with their parents.
  • On the 26th, we got word that C1 tested positive and decided to get tested as well.
Screenshot showing a positive test result. N-Gene 28.6, E-Gene 27.9

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