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Covid 19 Result Doubt
Sir/madam, My wife had tested covid 19 positive on 27 April and the same day I also tested RTPCR negative. The same day we have isolated and our son has been taken care by my in laws. Yesterday we have tested and my wife result came as negative (antigen) and I have tested RTPCR which shows am positive and I don't have any symptoms also. My doubt is 1.Whether my wife can now go to my son. Does infection affect my son. My son is now having sneezing (some time) only. 2.my Test is showing positive and I don't have any symptoms. Should I go for antigen test. If antigen is negative what shall I do. Whether I need to be quarantine again or can go with my family.
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But still as u r rtpcr is + ve it is more specific..you are not infective as per guidelines but still positive .. Your wife can go to your son
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Your wife can now go to ur son since she is RTPCR negative. Monitor ur son for further symptoms and if symptoms persist take RTPCR for son too? But u need to be in quarantine again
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Ideal isolation period 14 days U r no more infective acc to guidelines If it has been >14 days that your symptoms lasted If u r negative for covid 19
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