OptimDosing707 karma2020-03-24 12:49:14 UTC
Made me laugh!
Most absurd is that gargling with bleach prevents this...you'd be better off drinking alcohol!
Joking aside, seriously, do not drink bleach.
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OptimDosing626 karma2020-03-24 14:18:27 UTC
Very true....or many of the tests still are not rapidly giving responses. There is a chance that patient could have contracted the virus between the timing of submitting and sample and receiving their result. Someone who tests negatively might contract the infection the next day
OptimDosing619 karma2020-03-24 13:41:26 UTC
Although there is a complex answer to this question, the simple answer is that viruses mutate and can re-infect patients. But this is a hard process to predict.
OptimDosing439 karma2020-03-24 13:02:44 UTC
Do you/anyone know of a process for doing so? I'd like to know, I would feel good about volunteering.
OptimDosing407 karma2020-03-24 13:28:32 UTC
Short answer: The projection from the cdc is months.
Longer answer: Those who haven't had it aren't immune to it. And, the scary thing is that virologists don't even know the answer to this question.
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