My COVID-19 Situation: Part Two (60% Good News)

For those following along, I earlier described the symptoms I’d been experiencing, my struggles to get tested, and how I finally did get tested in a hospital emergency room. I was told late Saturday night I would get a call ion two days if I was positive and if I was negative, I could call them in 72 hours to find out the results.

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I write about politics, history, education, and race. Follow me at williamfspivey.com and support me at https://ko-fi.com/williamfspivey0680

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