Decreased lung capacity is supposed to result from the virus. Duration seems to be longer though. IMO seek the test. Seems plausible he had a mild case. Fortunately, he overcame it.
Central Health is offering a test, but I don't know which kind. They have been sending emails advertising it for a while now. Might be worth giving them a call, whatever they have is probably more conclusive than a home test.
If you get a positive result, how are you able discern whether it is a true positive or a false positive?
The following covers HIV testing, but some of the information is also relevant to virus testing in general:
https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-pro...t/pac-20385018Rapid HIV testing
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A positive reaction on a rapid test requires an additional blood test to confirm the results.
OT&P is also offering antibodies test and PCR test (saliva). The antibodies test is a blood test and it can tell you if you've been exposed to the virus. This is the same as seeing if you have immunity for it. Spoke with Dr Joyce Lai at OTP clinic and found her helpful 2824-9112
I've ordered the home kit. If we get a positive result, we will probably go and get it confirmed at one of the suggestions above to be sure. Then we can act accordingly.