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Covid 19 tested positive
I was tested covid positive on last Monday. Timeline of events Thursday 19th had fever Saturday lost sensing smell but fever subsided and given test Monday I received test result positive Wednesday 25 th and 26 I started sensing smell of few objects and from Friday I was able to smell as before covid. I don't have any other symptom . I was regularly  hourly checking my spo2 levels and it is ranging from 97 to 99. Today I have given test again and result was again positive. Today is 11th day after the first symptom of fever Now I feel tensed as there are no symptoms but still got positive . Should I go for ct scan or is it normal ?
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Dont worry you can end isolation after 14 days completion from day of first symptoms. No need of other rt pcr or any other test. Rt pcr can come positive due to dead viral particles nothing to worry
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Nothing to panic... You are free from active virus.. rtpcr will show dead cells also that is why tested positive again. You can end your isolation.
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