Sly Fox wrote: ↑August 19th, 2020, 10:25 am Meanwhile just east of Chicago, Notre Dame just suspended in-person classes after 146 students tested positive. It apears that the entire schedule is going to be on a week-to-week basis.And if they were to check on the likely scenarios for how those 146 contracted the virus, my bet is that only a tiny fraction of the transmission occurred in class. Zero hospitalizations, and I'd be shocked if more than a handful are even sick enough to require treatment of any sort.
"drink lot's of fluids"
"take acetaminophen for fever"
"get lots of rest"
"come back in 2 weeks or if you start to have more severe symptoms"