by Shelt Garner
In the end, it felt like a really bad Korean cold.
When I first went to South Korea, my body wasn’t prepared for the make up of colds there and every once in a while, I would be felled by a really horrible cold. It happened a few times and really, really knocked me out for maybe 24 to 48 hours.
Then I would slowly bounce back.
Well, when I got the Rona, it felt just like that. In fact, it was eerie how much I felt my body was telling me, “Don’t worry, we got this — we saw this shit before in South Korea.”
But, then, I do have an extremely over-active imagination.
Anyway, I got the Rona. I’m going to quarantine for about two weeks and then maybe get tested again. My elderly father is, well, elderly. For the moment, at least, I feel 100% again.
But, obviously, I’m still infectious so I can’t go anywhere or do anything other than read and write.
It’s a very surreal feeling.