My granddaughter has been coughing off and on for the last couple of days so my daughter took her to the doctor and she tested positive for Covid which was a huge shock for everyone. But she's okay, coughing every once in a while is the only symptom she has, and she feels fine, no fever, no breathing problems, or anything like that. And my daughter, son-in-law, and grandson have all tested negative for Covid.
Needless to say, I'm around my granddaughter every day, but I've had my bat flu shot, a couple of boosters, and every day I bolt down a bowl of Bat broth to immunize myself against any and all Bats, so I should be all right, but I'm staying out of the house and away from the kids for a few days just in case, and its probably not a good time for me to go running off into the mountains until I find out if I'm going to have any ill effects.
The doctor sent my granddaughter home and she's supposed to stay out of school for a few days but other than that she's running around the house just like normal. The doctor said that since she doesn't have the expected symptoms she might not be contagious, which may explain why no one else in the family has tested positive. But since I'm the oldest person in the family, nobody wants me taking any chances so I'm staying out of the house for a while until this blows over and we can all go back to living normal again.