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“My jaw dropped. How could I get infected? I didn’t even have the symptoms that the news talks about, ”she reasoned.
Buskalya recalls how in Italy she lay in bed all day due to poor health.
“February 29th I woke up in agony. My head was cracking, my ears were throbbing, and there was a fire in my throat. The body ached and shivered. I drank the anti-inflammatory drug and didn’t get out of bed until the evening, ”she said.
The next day, she felt better, but just in case, she decided to call a doctor.
“The doctor said I have a cold,” she said. – Soon, I began to hear poorly with my left ear, but decided that this was due to overwork. I didn’t have a cough. ”
March 3, while the girl was still in Italy, she began to hear worse. In addition, she ceased to distinguish between tastes and smells.
“I still did not have a cough, but my head was cracking all day,” she explained. On March 5, she returned to her homeland and spent eight days at home on self-isolation. “I contacted only two people. I still did not have the common symptoms warned in the news. I had a wet cough, and my hearing, taste and smell were restored, ”she continued.
On March 14, Buskalya passed a coronavirus test and found out that she was infected.
“I still didn’t have the symptoms everyone was talking about. A slight cough, but nothing more, she said. “I am telling you this in order to warn: the symptoms that everyone around them say are far from ALL symptoms.” You may not have all of these symptoms, but you can still get sick. ”
An American noted that people of her age may not experience common symptoms of COVID-19.
“I know that my peers laugh and rejoice that they do not have this infection. But this is not a joke. Please cancel all your trips. Stay home. Take care of yourself. Limit contact with others, she called. “Please do not forget: if you do not have symptoms, this does not mean that you are not infected.”
According to Buscali, her health has fully recovered.
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