Off-topic, but since this is a decently sized community and there has been chat about it I figured I'd post my firsthand Coronavirus experience. There's a lot of misinformation and speculation out there so figured this might be insightful. I tested positive for COVID-19 today. I did not have all the symptoms the CDC said you needed to have to go get tested. It started like a flu on day 1 (mild fever, body aches) and then went on to what felt like moderate allergy/cold symptoms for a little over a week (the worst being a sore throat). I didn't go in for a test for several days because the CDC swore you needed to have a cough which I didn't, and my fever never exceeded 99.8 degrees. The symptoms so far have lasted around 1 1/2 weeks and have been pretty mild. If you're wondering why COVID-19 is actually dangerous, it's because your body has no immunity to it, and your body is much more susceptible to contracting other illnesses while it fights it. I developed Strep throat as a result of COVID-19. Common cold/flu-like symptoms aren't dangerous, but Strep throat can be fatal for those with poor immune systems. I hope this was helpful. If you are feeling sick at all, please stay home or consider getting tested. The results take 5-7 days to come back. They will mark a mandatory 1-2 week self-quarantine on your medical record and will call you when results come back. I'm in my early 30s and live in NYC. And most importantly, please stop telling people COVID-19 isn't a big deal. It legit sucks.