Even as the coronavirus cases continue to surge in India at an alarming rate (recording close to 90,000 new cases every passing day), people have gradually started stepping out to embrace the new normal. As businesses resume normal operations and markets begin to see a flurry of visitors, it is all the more likely to stumble across a COVID-19 positive person or contract the disease. In this case, what do you do if you come to know that a person you met a week ago, has tested positive for COVID-19? How do you ensure your own safety and that of your loved ones?
Given the long incubation period of the disease, which usually ranges between 1 day to 12.5 days, but can be as long as 14 days also, it can be an extremely panicky state to be in. At the same time, a minor sore throat which may not be related to COVID-19 at all can make you anxious and agitated. So, should you be worried about being exposed to the coronavirus, if it has been more than 7 days and you do not develop any symptoms? Or is there more that you need to do? Let us tell you.
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