Dr. Fauci Says This Is How You Know You're Contagious

Due to the fact that the majority of people infected with COVID-19 do not experience symptoms, it can be difficult to tell whether someone is contagious or not. Unlike other diseases, just because someone looks or feels good can infect others with coronavirus. During an interview with MSNBC on Thursday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nationwide infectious disease expert, the secret to knowing if you can still spread the virus. Read on and don't miss these sure signs you've already had with coronavirus in order to make it through this pandemic the healthiest.
Trump "looks good" but you never know
When asked about President Donald Trump's health after testing positive for the virus last week, Fauci noted the answer is complicated.
"It definitely looks good and apparently feels good," he said. "One of the problems we all need to be aware of, and its doctors are aware, is that the story of COVID-19 is that you can look and feel like you are reasonably well . And after a few days there could be a downturn, namely a reversal. It is possible. The chances of this happening, I don't know what it looks like. I don't think it will happen, but I don't know, but you have to be aware that it could happen. "
And even though he has been treated and is feeling better, he is probably still in the infectious stage of the virus. Why? Infectivity has less to do with how someone feels and more to do with science.
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There's a way to prove someone isn't contagious
"The CDC's general policy is that 10 days after symptoms appear, you can essentially consider someone non-infectious," he said. One way of "definitely" proving that someone is no longer able to spread the virus is by "two negative PCR tests 24 hours apart".
"So if the president goes 10 days with no symptoms and does the tests we talked about, good scientific evidence suggests he is not infected," Fauci continued. "But all you have to do is wait and make sure you go through the specific benchmarks set out in the CDC guidelines." Avoid the crowds, social distancing, only do important errands, wash your hands often, and don't miss these 35 places that are most likely to catch COVID to help you weather this pandemic the healthiest.
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