If indeed you had it and have now recovered, that is great news. You hopefully will be contributing to the herd immunity that needs to build quickly if we are going to stop the spread.Well, now that I am better, two weeks ago on Monday I came down with the hacking cough and intermittent fever. I called my doc, he said you are over 65, can you walk to the street and back to your house without feeling like you walked a mile? I said of course, he said stay home and rest. There is no testing taking place unless you can’t breathe. I have to assume I had the covid-19. The week before Collin and I went to Eugene to visit the university where he will enroll for fall. Was it the airplane trip? Who knows? My wife religiously cleaned everything and quarantined me in our home. After two weeks I’m fine and working in the garage again. The prior two weeks I had no energy and only resting helped the cough, wife and son stayed healthy. I’m lucky.
I'm in the Bay Area and have been "sheltered in place" for 11 days now with my family. We flew back from a spring break trip to Hawaii 2 weeks ago on Thursday 3/12 and started isolating that weekend. I was worried about catching it while traveling, but so far we seem to have dodged the virus as it's been almost 2 weeks and none of us are showing symptoms. Been working and schooling from home.
However, can't see any way to stop the spread if we cancel SIP. You realize that if one of us in the family breaks the SIP and comes in contract with a sick person, then we all will most likely get sick. No short term fix, I'm just grateful that we can work and school from home.