All three of our tests came back negative. So I don’t know what I have, but apparently it’s not COVID.
(One false negative, sure, but 3? Not likely.)
And now the kid’s mad that he has to go back to school on Monday because we haven’t tripped the COVID isolation protocol after all.
I’m kind of disappointed, weirdly enough. I’ve been waiting for the other shoe to drop for almost 2 years and thought it finally had, and dropped in a way that would do minimal damage to the 3 of us.
On the plus side, if it really isn’t COVID, I probably won’t need to isolate for the full 10 days, just until my symptoms clear up.
I probably should isolate as if it was covid, just to be sure.
1. It’s not COVID, it’s something else. Even though the symptoms match and it’s massively surging in this area
2. I’m the only one who caught it and mine was a false negative.
3. They both caught it and have already cleared it out to the point of testing negative, and mine was a false negative.
4. All 3 tests are false negatives.
I’m really not sure which is most likely.