Fever Drops Before 14 Days In People With Monitoring (suspect)
When People in Covid Monitoring 19 before 14 days of my fever go down it signifies recovery?
Thank you for the question.
suspect (person in monitoring) COVID-19 (disease due to new Corona virus) is defined as a person who has been in contact with a patient or suspect of COVID-19, as well as a person who lives or has traveled to an area with a local transmission of COVID-19, both of which do not indicate symptoms at all, or who have a fever and mild symptoms without severe breathing problems.
It should be understood, that COVID-19 itself can show a broad spectrum of symptoms, some are mild or even no symptoms at all, and some are severe and even deadly. So, the decline in your fever does not necessarily necessarily mean a sign of healing. Before passing isolation for 14 days and free from symptoms, and before it is confirmed that the results of your throat swab examination do not contain Corona virus (SARS-CoV-2), then your status can still be classified as suspect and can still transmit the disease to others if indeed in your body there is a virus.
Responding to a pandemic like what is happening right now, of course being careful will be much better. Therefore, it is highly recommended to keep positioning yourself as a suspect, even though there are no more clinical symptoms that you experience. So, keep isolating yourself, do not leave the house unless urgent, use a mask when coughing, do not carelessly hold public facilities, be diligent in bathing and washing hands, keep a minimum distance of 2 meters from the people around you, and increase endurance by eating nutritious food , exercise regularly, get enough rest, and live a healthy lifestyle.
If you experience severe complaints, for example fever, coughing, sore throat, tightness, weakness, and so on in the past 14 days, do not hesitate to check yourself at the doctor or internist.
I hope this helps.