Getting tested for Covid-19 is respect

I finally got tested for Covid-19 today because I felt I should, even without any symptoms. My results will be in within 5-10 days. I certainly would like to know because I am a very active person. Not only do I work with adults with intellectual disabilities, I do love running on trails that have been congested as of late. At the testing site, which was free I add, I was literally the youngest person, and I’m in my late thirties! Getting tested for coronavirus is a show of respect! Respect for other people because if I have it I do not want to pass it along to anyone else. The thought of being around someone that may have coronavirus yet no knowledge of having it is scary. Going forward I would like to go about getting tested at least once a month, if I continue to come across more free testing sites around Chicago. 

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Written by Thomas Gouard

Im a military veteran; a full-time college student, and a fitness addict. Fueled by inspiration; God's word; endorphins and laughter!


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