Tuesday, 26 May 2020

They say a family that eats together stays together. We ate together, stayed together and got sick together. We got sick with Covid-19. Together. It was my family’s worst nightmare. 11 out of 17 members of my family tested positive for Covid-19, all in a span of 5 days.
We are a semi-joint family, consisting of 17 members of 4 generations, with ages ranging from 3 months to 90 years and staying across 3 floors in the same building. We were all locked in the house during the national lockdown. We followed the strictest possible rules of the lockdown. We barely left the house. We sanitized our building every day. We sanitized all the essential items bought once a week by a family member for the entire household. We met nobody from the outside and no one entered our house. But even then the coronavirus entered our home, and infected one member after the other.

HOW IT ALL BEGAN?

My uncle, a 57 yrs old healthy male was the first patient. He complained of fever, fatigue and bodyache. It was dismissed by us as just a seasonal flu. Over the course of next 3 days, his wife (54 yrs) and son (26 yrs) got sick too, with similar complaints. On the other floors, my father (62 yrs) and my other uncle (60 yrs) also got sick. Things started looking serious now. Even though in our family, it was quite a common occurrence for multiple members to get sick simultaneously, we got increasingly worried and cautious. But we decided to wait for a week, which is how long a flu usually takes to resolve. However we did isolate the patients. As soon as the first symptom appeared, the sick were confined to separate rooms, having limited contact with other members.
Over the next 4 days, my mother (58 yrs) and my grandmother (87 yrs) got fever and bodyache. This was unusual. And we were scared now. It was mutually decided that the patients would have to follow some basic isolation steps:

  • The patients were isolated in their respective rooms having attached washrooms.
  • The patients would only communicate with us for food, medicines and essential stuff.
  • They would all wash their own clothes and utensils themselves, and also clean their rooms on their own.
  • Nobody was allowed to enter their rooms. Anything to be given to them would be kept on tables near the doors of their rooms.
  • Since we are spread over 3 floors, we constituted a Whatsapp group only for communicating each other’s symptoms like fever. Each patient was supposed to record their fever and report it on the group, along with any other complaint. Medicines and home remedies were discussed on the group and each person’s individual complaints were addressed through it.
  • The house was sanitized through sanitizer sprays twice a day.

5 days later, my aunt who was already down with fever complained of breathlessness. When she showed no improvement, we knew it was time to get her tested for Covid-19. With a prescription from our family physician, she was tested at home for Coronavirus. Next evening, as more members were being tested for Covid at home, her report came out to be positive. It all came crashing down after that. The family was aghast and devastated.

HOW DID WE COPE?

Over the next 4 days every adult member was tested and it was found that 11 out of 13 adults were positive for Covid-19. It seemed like the end of the world for us. The lockdown, up until then, had been a very positive time for the family. We had spent all our time together; eating, playing and having fun. This was a jolt so sudden that it shook each of us to the core. But it was also time to act and decide swiftly.
My aunt was shifted to a Covid hospital the same night her result came out. And our house was quarantined with nobody being allowed to enter or leave the building. It was overwhelming for us. And as the results of other members were coming out positive, we all seemed to be sinking fast.

As the disease unfolded in the household, we were all only thankful that we were all still together. But a lot went through the household before things got under control:

  • Denial to panic to acceptance: The initial 6-7 days when we had dismissed the disease as seasonal flu, were basically us being in denial. It was obvious that something was ominously wrong but we persisted in our belief that all will be well. When the results came out, there were plenty of tears and palpitations. We panicked and felt lost, alone and like untouchables. We knew we can only communicate with the outside world through phones, but can’t and shouldn’t get anyone to help us at home. We had to manage on our own. But as days passed, we accepted our situation, and tackled it with the help of relatives, friends and neighbors. We had plenty of medical advice available through our phones, and we reached out fervently to anybody we could think of. And each one of them helped.
  • Fear of “what would people say”: This fear of stigma prevented us to get tested in the first place. And this was the fear we had when we came out positive. But people only said extremely encouraging and supporting things. Right from connecting us to doctors and hospitals to suggesting medicines and home remedies, from arranging delivery of essential items at our doorstep to keeping our morale up by constantly motivating us. If only we had overcome this taboo, and had gotten the patients tested earlier, we could have prevented the disease from spreading to other family members to some extent.
  • Fear of life: Of course, we were scared for the lives of some of the members, whose health were seriously compromised for some days. We imagined the worst was going to happen. We had elderly to take care of and kids to shield from the disease. But Covid-19 is known to be fatal in about 3% cases in India, and that too in patients having other serious co-morbidities. So, we tried to remain optimistic and just focused on managing the patients.
  • Fear from government: This was one irrational fear we had acquired. We thought we would all be dragged out of our home to some far-flung quarantine centers and we would have to live in all kinds of questionable places. But nothing of that sort happened. Contrary to what we had imagined, there was no any harassment or pressure from any government agency. The day after the first positive test came, we received a call from the local government dispensary, telling us that we will put under home quarantine for the next 14 days. During this period, we were asked to monitor our health parameters and look out for symptoms like fever, cough and breathlessness. We were told to get ourselves tested at either a government CTC or by a private lab at home at once. They would regularly take updates about the test results of the other family members, and would inquire about their symptoms. However, all the decisions regarding the treatment and hospitalization had to be taken by us, without any assistance or interference from any authority. Although, we were not told how we were going to manage to acquire the essential items for the family, we did not encounter any problems with the same, thanks to our neighbors and neighborhood shopkeepers. Items like milk, medicines, fruits etc. were acquired either from the neighborhood shops or online, paid online and were delivered in a box kept near the gate of our house.

MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENTS:

Our house had turned itself into a Covid healthcare center. So, we took advice from 4-5 doctors for managing the illness at home. Since there is no treatment yet for the disease, the management is mostly symptomatic, i.e. medicines are given only to relieve particular symptoms, not to cure the underlying disease. Here is a snapshot of the treatment that was advocated, after assimilating all of the advice:

  • Fever: Paracetamol 650 mg (e.g. Crocin 650 or Dolo 650) for high-grade fever (more than 100⁰F) and could be taken 6 hourly. Paracetamol 500 mg (e.g. Crocin 500 mg) for low-grade fever (less than 100⁰F) and could be taken 4 hourly. Ice water compresses were used if fever didn’t go down easily. Fever had to be monitored every 3-4 hours.
  • Cough: Syrups like Grilinctus or Alex were helpful in providing some relief, though dry cough continued for days after fever had subsided. Lozenges like TusqD were also helpful.
  • Breathlessness: Mild breathlessness was managed by nebulization with Levolin 0.63 mg. But it’ was a tricky symptom and it was decided that if the symptom persisted, then it would be advisable to get medical assistance as soon as possible. We kept a pulsoximeter by the patients’ side, and monitored his/her SpO2 every few hours (SpO2 more than 94 was considered the cutoff; if less, than we had planned to seek medical help). 
  • Antibiotics: Most of the doctors we contacted recommended Azithromycin 500mg for 5 days. It might not have any effect on the Covid infection, but we complied with what was told to us. Those who could tolerate it better were given twice daily dosage, but most were given once daily dose. Some patients complained of increased frequency of motions due to the antibiotic, so they were given a probiotic like Enterogermina to manage the gastrointestinal upset.
    • Hydroxychloroquine: We were told that there is no proven efficacy of the drug in Covid-19 patients. Rather, there are dangerous side effects like arrhythmia in some patients who have other co-morbidities especially heart diseases. Since most of the family members were more than 50 years of age and some were hypertensive, it was mostly avoided.  The patient who was hospitalized early on was given the drug in the hospital, and my mother was given the drug at home as she continued to have high grade fever for longer duration, and had no other co-morbidity. It could be pure chance that it did not cause any harm in these patients, nor can we be sure if it played any role in their recovery.
  • Headache and bodyache got usually relieved with paracetamol, and subsided with fever itself.
  • Supplements like Vitamin C (Limcee 500mg) and multivitamins like Becosule were taken every day, to help build immunity.
  • Steam inhalation, twice or thrice a day, using plain water or after adding medicines like Karvol plus tablets.
  • Gargles for cough.
  • Home remedies: Every member tried some or the other remedy, advised by relatives and friends, like:
    • Kadha: It is basically a concoction of various ingredients like ginger, turmeric, cinnamon (dalchini), cloves (laung), honey, black pepper etc, cooked in water for 25-30 mins, taken twice a day. 
    • Ghiloi” tablets
    • Steam inhalation with plain water or containing dalchini (cinnamon), garlic etc.
      It is hard to say how much these helped, but we knew they would at least not cause any harm to the patients.
  • Regular breathing exercises
  • Plenty of oral fluids like coconut water, buttermilk, juices etc.
  • Adequate nutrition and fruits.

Management of Children: Our topmost concern and worry during this time were our children. I and my wife had tested positive and my 5 yrs old daughter had tested negative. My 22 months old son couldn't be tested. So we were in a very precarious situation. We were scared that we might infect our kids and what we would do if they show any serious symptoms. But we consulted a couple of pediatricians to allay our fears. Based on their suggestions, we concluded that:

  • Children, especially in India, have mostly shown resistance to the disease, or at the most, mild illness. 
  • Since it was not possible for us to be isolated away from our kids, the 4 of us stayed isolated together, avoiding contact with other positive members of the family.
  • We practiced basic hygiene like avoiding hugs and kisses to the kids, washing hands thoroughly before feeding them, using separate utensils and hand-towels for them, avoiding feeding them anything while we were having food etc.
  • We did get the kids tested, but we were also told that due to difficulty in collecting sample in children, they might have false negative results too. So, we were advised to not to repeat their tests unless they showed any symptoms.
  • No medicines or supplements were given to the kids. 

Segregation of healthy members: My cousin (29 yrs), his wife (28 yrs) and his 2 kids (2 years and 3 months) were the only apparently healthy members who had tested negative. It was our collective responsibility to prevent them from getting infected. So, they were completely segregated from us in the house and were in a quarantine of their own. They could not be sent anywhere else as even they could potentially cause risk to the people outside the house.

KEY LEARNINGS FOR US:

  • It is true that there is no treatment for Covid-19 infection, though several studies are underway to find a drug that can cure the infection. But in most patients in our family, it could be managed with basic medicines at home, used for any viral infection. Due to its highly contagious nature and fatality, isolation is required, but there is no escaping it. For patients who were isolated in their rooms, it was an unimaginable ordeal to be confined in a space. At some point they were all very sick, but still they had to do all the chores on their own, monitor their health parameters and be motivated enough to carry on. They took one day at a time, and tried to remain calm and patient. It all took a massive emotional and physical toll on them, but they could do nothing but persevere. Panic almost derailed our focus for some moments, but as soon as we surrendered ourselves to the situation, we realized that if the disease won’t kill us, worrying will.
  • We were fortunate enough to have the financial resources to manage the situation, and to have the emotional support from all our relatives and friends. The people around us helped us get through each day, besides providing us all kinds of assistance that we needed. There is immense gratitude in us to acknowledge these facts.
  • There is so much advice being circulated on social networking platforms that one tends to get confused and paranoid. It is always better to talk to medical practitioners and clarify doubts, rather than follow these online recommendations blindly.
  • Covid-19 is a new disease and the world knows very little about it. A lot of questions about its treatment, vaccination, mode of transmission, re-infection, effect on children etc. remain to be answered and it might be a long time before we see any progress on that front. Meanwhile nobody, no doctor or specialist or government or analyst can fully answer these questions. So, right now our best bet is to just practice basic hygiene, social distancing and other preventive measures. Even after recovering from the infection, we ought to continue all these measures, as we cannot completely rule out the possibility of re-infection, until it is proven by studies.

CURRENT STATUS:

We had to hospitalize only one family member, who was discharged after having no symptoms for 3 consecutive days and testing negative on 11th day of hospitalization. 

My grandmother still has low-grade fever after 26 days and tested positive in her 2nd Covid test, repeated 16 days after her 1st test. She continues to be isolated and managed at home.

Rest all the affected members have recovered and exhibited no symptoms for more than 15 days.

Most of the members have tested negative on their second Covid tests (repeated after 12-14 days of first test), while a few still remain positive and will be tested again after at least 14 days of their 2nd test. Meanwhile they are quarantined at home, and segregated as much as possible from recovered members. 

We pray and hope that each one of us will soon recover from this disease completely.

Last update:

After almost a month of battling with the disease, each member of the house recovered ! Though most of the members' symptoms lasted for 12-15 days, they remained quarantined for almost 15-20 days after recovering. Their quarantine ended after they were tested negative for covid-19. 

Looking back it almost seems like a miracle now. But we continue to be cautious and anxious about the road ahead. Since there is no proof yet of a long-lasting immunity in covid patients, we consider ourselves as vulnerable to a re-infection as before. Hence we continue to take as many precautions as possible to stay safe. We were lucky once, which may not be the case again. So precautions are our best weapon right now.

Brief overview of the family:

Table 1: Details of affected individuals

S.No.

ID

Age / Sex

Symptoms

Duration of symptoms

Co-morbidities /
Past History

Management

1

A1

90/m

Asymptomatic

NA

Past H/o Miliary TB
Heart Disease (CAD)
Hypothyroidism

Home Isolation

2

A2

87/f

Fever 99⁰F-101⁰F
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Mild breathlessness
Dry Cough

28 days + (ongoing)

Hypertension

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment

3

B1

62/m

Fever 99⁰F-103⁰F
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Dry Cough

9 days

Diabetes Mellitus
Hypertension
Thalessemia Minor

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment

4

B2

58/f

Fever 99⁰F-103⁰F
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Dry Cough

13 days

Hypothyroidism

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment
Hydroxy chloroquine
(for 5 days)

5

E1

33/m

Loss of smell sensation

NA

No relevant history

Home Isolation

6

E2

30/f

Asymptomatic

NA

No relevant history

Home Isolation

7

C1

60/m

Fever 99⁰F-103⁰F
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Dry Cough
Altered sense of Taste

12 days

Hypertension
Diabetes Mellitus

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment

8

C2

57/f

Fever 99⁰F-100⁰F
Bodyache, Fatigue

5-6 days

Hypertension
Trigeminal neuralgia
Past H/o 
Hep. C

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment

9

D1

57/m

Fever 99⁰F-100⁰F
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Dry Cough

10 days

No relevant history

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment

10

D2

54/f

Fever 99⁰F-100⁰F
Breathlessness
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Cough with expectoration

14 days

No relevant history

Hospitalisation for 10 days followed by home isolation

11

G

26/m

Fever 99⁰F-100⁰F
Headache
Bodyache, Fatigue
Altered taste sensation

8 days

No relevant history

Home Isolation
Symptomatic treatment





Fig 1: Family Chart




Disclaimer:

I have written about this whole experience, only with a hope of reaching out to anyone who is undergoing the same situation as our family, and needs some reassurance and support to keep going. This is by no means an advocacy of any particular treatment or advice, since we only did our best to use whatever understanding we could build from various resources, and could have been wrong in many processes and methods.


240 comments:

  1. I pray for speedy recovery of all in the family. May almighty give you all strength to come out of this horrendous experience.

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    1. Hi sir,
      Great sir. Pray to god that your combine family again sit together and enjoy the life.

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    2. Thnx for sharing.will pray to d god for recovery of all it family members

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    3. After reading I personally feel very helpful

      Praying to God for speedy recovery of all & for staying healthy.

      Your experience ll give strength to fight covid -19, with full confidence.

      Stay safe &take care

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    4. Thanks and may u and ur family get negative result l pray to god

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    5. Nice one...n motivating too.

      May the God take care of all...be it a family or whole humanity...!!������

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    6. May god take care of all be safe take care of your self stay home

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  2. Presence of mind,dedication and courage all that is needed to overcome any critical situation and all these virtues are exhibited by u and ur family. May god bless u all with with more strength for every challenge in the near future.

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    1. Great Work and done with full dedication. Keep it up

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    2. This was a great experience that I feel that I have only undergone the situation I was so involved in your experience hats off to your courage god will definitely take care of you since you have done your duty correctly thanks

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    3. Kudos to you and your family for staying together, fighting the illness together. Amazingly written, I would even say, in the interest of public welfare. This qualifies as a case report: model for home management of COVID-19

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  3. God bless the family with strength and determination to see through this successfully. Very well documented and shared for the benefit of others. Hats off!

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  4. I am very curious about one thing and this is so that I can be more cautious. If you all were staying at home and not stepping out how did you get the virus?

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    1. I wish I had an answer to that. We suspect it might have been through the family member who used get the groceries once a week, or may be through some vegetables or fruits etc. I really don't know.

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    2. Thanks for showing the way to others. It indeed will help many others in same situations.May all of you get well very soon and enjoy the family bonding for coming many more years

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    3. Thank you very much Dr Garg. After going through the ordeal oneself, not many people have the willingness, or means or the ability to put together the experience so coherently so that it may benifit others. In today's day, your blog definitely gives strength to people, because as your blog brings out that the disease is not unsurmountable and that if one fights, it can be defeated.

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  5. Blessings to you and your family and prayers for everyone's wellbeing.
    Just curious to know how you got the virus....as we are also following complete precaution do we need to be more particular about something....????

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    2. M G26 May 2020 at 11:02
      I wish I had an answer to that. We suspect it might have been through the family member who used get the groceries once a week, or may be through some vegetables or fruits etc. I would say just do the best you can, and stay happy and healthy.

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    3. Can we know if the family member who got the groceries once a week sanitized hands before entering home and also straightway took bath after coming?IT would help to know if at least this helps.

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  6. Blessings to your whole family. It's not easy to see almost everyone in the house infected with this deadly virus. I must appreciate your courage to face such a situation. I wanted to ask one thing who was cooking for the entire family and taking care of all of you?
    Your blog is really an inspiration and very informative for all of us who are actually scared of COVID

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    1. There were some asymptomatic and some negative members who could cook and take care of the patients, maintaining the segregation between positive and negative members. Thanks.

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    2. Thank you for the social respobsibility of encouraging other people

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  7. We pray to god that all of you be fine ASAP. It was sheer family bonding, determination, confidence, elders blessings & love n affection of all near & dear ones which gave strength to overcome these hard times. Give us good news when Maa Ji test also comes negative. Thanks for sharing your valuable write up while going through all of this.
    GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU
    Regards
    Bhuvnesh Sharma

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  8. Praying for everyone's speedy recovery. Thanks for sharing your write-up.
    God bless you all !

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  9. Thank you very much for sharing. Cannot imagine the ordeal you as a family have been through. Pls recover and get well fully, all if you.

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  10. Thanks for sharing
    You have written so explicitly that it's a very good writeup
    Hope you all are recover asap .
    This is a family bonding and your family has proved it .
    May God bless you all.

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  11. May almighty God bless
    happiness

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  12. You are a strong family and God will surely bless you all to recover unharmed. You will be in our prayers. Stay the same....together. Don't let a disease break your faith, belief and love for each other. These testing times are going to make you stronger and your bond with each other more solid. Stay blessed always.

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  13. Thanks for the note. Best wishes for speedy recovery of everyone

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  14. Thanks for sharing. Wondering who was cooking and serving all since kitchen is common.

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    1. We have 3 separate kitchens. The asymptomatic and corona-negative members cooked for the entire household, but we made sure the positive members were not giving any food to covid negative members. Thanks.

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    2. Thank you. Tough job. But your post is providing positivity and strength to many. Tc.

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  15. Very well written. Informative and precise. Thank you for sharing. Best wishes for the full recovery of everyone.

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  16. Courage and determination made you all to come out of this critical CoVid-19 crisis ! Family bonding and your medical follow ups also played a decisive role in your fight ! Take care of all ! Thanks for sharing your facts with all ! God Bless !

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  17. Thanks for sharing, it is very informative. God bless your brave and courageous family.

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  18. Thanks so much for sharing the details in such description...I pray for the well being of the entire family. May God bless you all!

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  19. Thanks so much for taking the effort to share in such details. May God bless us all.

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    1. May the almighty bless all in ur family with speedy recovery.

      Thank u so much for sharing the details. These r details which no one has provided . It will help all, will strengthen the resolve to battle covid.
      Although I pray that no one tests positive for covid.
      And pray our beloved India, and the world is relieved of this pandemic.

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  21. Thanks for sharing.wish u all speedy recovery.

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  22. sending prayers and thoughts for speedy recovery...

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  23. togetherness helped you to have amazing patience,alertness,and courage to fight back. I am curious to know whether you could pray in this state of confusion? I also wish to know the names of doctors,testing centre and hospital as we are getting messages that no govt agency comes to your rescue at the time of need.How could you manage to connect with them. Your information on treatment is very useful to all of us Thanks alot for sharing. you are making excellent effort to rech people in lockdown Thanks a lot. God bless you all

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    1. I would rather refrain from sharing anyone's personal details, but we had plenty of medical advice from my father-in-law, brothers-in-law and friends who are all doctors. Also our family physicians were of great help. Thanks

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    2. GOD bless your family. Only your courage and support of each other in the family brought the good results. GOD is always there to support people like you. GOD is very great. We should all surrender to HIM🙏

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  24. Hi, what are the chances of getting positive again after one's recovery ? Though i wish no-one again gets covid positive , still want to ask as u are consulting team of Doctor's. GOD BLESS U & FAMILY,( EVERYONE'S FAMILY ).

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    1. You cannot completely rule out the possibility of a re-infection as the disease is still being studied. Nobody can answer this question with certainty right now.

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  25. Hi, thank you so much. We, twelve of us live in one building on 3 floors and I cannot imagine the plight but great that you were strong and managed well. Thank you once again for sharing the learnings and wish your family a speedy recovery.

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  26. Wishes and Prayers for Speedy recovery to the family members..
    Plz stay strong ��

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  27. Thank you so much for sharing your experience.. It means a lot... I hope u all will be healthy soon and recover completely. God bless you all!! Thanks again

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  28. The ordeal that the family went through is an eye opener to all those who are under going stress in the present situation. I pray for the speedy and permanent recovery of all those members of the family . Bliss!

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  29. Amazing show of strength and resilience, a family that lived together, ate together, fell sick together and defeated the virus together. Get well soon and thanks for sharing such a well detailed blog.

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  30. Very well done �������� It is really appreciated that you have come up with this blog. It helps a lot to encourage other people as well. Stay together stay healthy and stay home ��

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  31. Very well written. Has provided very good insight for people scared of the Chinese Virus.
    Thank you and hope your grandma also recovers soon.

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  32. Wishing you and your family a very speedy recovery 🙏. Thanks for sharing this.

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  33. Very well written. Has provided very useful information about various thanks for sharing your experience hopefully you Oll Recover very quickly may God bless you Oll.

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  34. Written with great details, and in a systematic manner. This will certainly be useful to many. Thanks for sharing.
    I hope that all of you are getting better.

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  35. Thank you for sharing this valuable information. May god bless u all and prayer from us that grand Ma will recover soon and have good time with all of you.

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  36. Such a meaningful research type article you have written
    First hand experiences are worth more than gold . please keep a print for others to learn from you . A great story of courage

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  37. Thanks for taking the trouble.
    Very useful and reassuring information.

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  38. Detailed information for the experience of all members is knowledgeable. Unity helps in such situations. Especially since it's a large loving family. Hope for a healthy recovery to all the members.

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  39. Kudos for sharing your ordeal in such graphic detail. It's a ready reckoner for general public.
    On the lighter side, apparently you're an engineer, but suggest you to immediately commission a documentary of your experience when all is well in the family. You'll be an instant CELEBRITY. Organizations like WHO and our own health services need such material.
    God bless you all with a long happy & healthy life.

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  40. Your courageous actions have inspired us. Get fully recovered from this fatal disease. God bless you all with fast recovery and good health thereafter.

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  41. Hats off. Prayers for the early recovery of the remaining family members and non-recurrance of the infection or its symptoms...

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  42. Let us pray for the recovery of the family. I too had dry cough n and sneezing followed by 99 / 100 fever. Took it normal . Took sinarest tablet . Did anulom villom which led to ouster of cough. Fortunately everything was ok. Thermal scanner at office read 37 which was not a case of asymptomatic person.


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  43. Thank you for sharing this experience. Very reassuring to know that you did not have to deal with stigma or govt heavyhandedness

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  44. Very well written. Sensible and wise. A guide to others. One person is admitted in the hospital. What is her experience. With such immaculate planning you all will get well. God bless 🙏. Thanks again for sharing.

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  45. So heartening to hear about your trials and tribulations and an excellent documentation about an unknown disease. You all pulled through unscathed because of your family's positive approach.

    May God Bless you all

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  46. Hope it helps one person also. Mission achieved. God bless all.

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  47. Thank you for sharing your experiences, as they may be very helpful to others who are in, or get into the same situation. It is very altruistic of you to spend the time to journal all of this and make it available to others, so they don't panic as well as take precautionary measures based on your experience.

    Real first-hand info on this is scarce and this is a valuable addition. Writing about it in detail must be a tedious task in the best of days, and I can only imagine the effort to do so while being in the thick of things.

    Once again, thank you, and I wish you and your good family all the best for a full and speedy recovery.

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  48. This is Thrilling and unbelievable only God has blessed you all and hope any one has getting into such a situation get cured and give us the confidence to succeed from this Corona

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  49. It's a very nicely written experience and am sure it will help others too.

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  50. It's great to know you and your family are out of trouble. It is extremely thoughtful of you to have shared your entire experience. In the present atmosphere of panic, such objective and first hand account of survivors of the disease, gives a lot of strength and confidence to others. Thanks for taking all this trouble to pen down the experience.

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  51. Irshad!!!! What an experience!!! So much of uncertainty, fear, panic, loneliness....most adults went through these negative emotions along with so many other discomforts. Still all of you endured it and came out of the challenge together. God was testing you all while always being around each one of you. And all of you are winners. Hats off!!!! Truly touching and inspiring. These comment post must end with your favourite expression.
    Taklifon mein bhi Jo raaste banaye
    Vahi Sikandar hoten Hain.
    Varna raaste bananevalein
    To bahot dekhe hai hamne.
    God bless!

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  52. Your ordeal would have been tough but your organization skills has carried your through. Hope and pray that nobody should go through this ordeal. You are truly great for facing this bravely and sharing it with others so that they there is acceptance and correct action if they are face with a similar ordeal.

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  53. My only question is-As you have mentioned that those who tested positive for COVID-19 were isolated and made to do all their daily chores like cleaning their utensils, washing their clothes and so on and so forth,how was this possible for senior and super senior citizens to do all this?

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    1. The senior citizens were isolated with their spouses, who were also covid positive. They would manage their chores, by alternating according to their health. Only 1 out of the 2 super senior citizens had mild symptoms, and she was taken care of by covid positive asymptomatic positive members and caretaker, but mostly she was able to manage on her own quite well.

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    2. Your clinical writing is very nice I just want to know that few of our young police personnel died what may be the cause.

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  54. True fighting sprit &
    Very good management ,

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  55. Thanks for sharing... Though frightening gives a lot of positivity.
    My prayers for your grandma .. wish her a speedy recovery!
    God bless and happy days for your family again 🙏

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  56. May all the members of your family recover soon and thanks for the article. It is very helpful for those who unfortunately are going through this and others also so that they can be more attentive towards the disease.

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  57. Thanks for sharing. Requres some moral courage to share this for the betterment of humanity.

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  58. Thank u so much for writing such a detailed positive approach towards COVID handling... I wish u all recover fast. ...stay happy and healthy. .Regards

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  59. Thank you so much for sharing this.. wish you all a speedy recovery..

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  60. Hi, thank you so much for this incredibly detailed and pivotal account. I've forwarded it to my own family - who live in a joint family compound in Bangalore and they are also so thankful for this.

    I'm a journalist at BBC News, based in Delhi, and I would really like to speak to you because I think its an important story. If you're open to it and/or have any questions, please let me know how to get in touch or email me at krutika.pathi@bbc.co.uk. Thanks very much - Krutika Pathi

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    1. This positive news must come on print and digital media for more population can be encouraged.

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  61. Pray to God thath all family members recover soon. That's great. Family that stays together stands with each other in tough times. Good job

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  62. A must-read reassuring write-up displaying exemplary family bonding and empathetic social assistance in a most critical moment when 11 of the 17 family members had tested positive for Covid-19!! The detailed account of a seemingly intimidating situation that was handled admirably without permitting paranoid to set in, reflects how cool rational thinking, warm emotional closeness and non-judgemental societal encouragement can really work wonders in the darkest moments of Life!!

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  63. Excellent post. I've circulated very widely, across continents.

    If a Covid-positive in a family needs substantial physical support on a daily basis, (e.g., for a physically challenged, between wheelchair & bed person), can family members or healthcare workers who are covid-positive or covid-negative be such caregivers touching them physically, a few times a day?

    Thanks

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    1. In our case, there was no physical contact at all between covid negative and positive members. Mostly, covid positive patients stayed in isolation in pairs and were supporting each other. We were unfortunately fortunate that we could do that, but it might not be feasible in others' cases.

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  64. Very reassuring write up.
    My query is.. when tests orove positive, patients are taken to hospital. We hv no option.
    But how come u were allowed to get home treatment by staying backnat home.
    Its my genuine doubt. I am not doi ting yr experience.
    Thank u.
    Bhaskar reddy
    Hyderabad
    Telangana

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    1. Thank you for the kind words. The patients with no or mild symptoms can recover at their homes, provided they have sufficient facilities to ensure home isolation. It is NOT mandatory to hospitalise a covid patient unless he/she has severe symptoms or if home isolation be cannot be managed. Thats what the guidelines are for Delhi, but I am not sure about Telangana. And as the cases in India will increase, more and more mildly ill people will recover within the confines of their homes.

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  65. Good enough.
    Thanks a lot for reply that too within no time.
    I am forwarding it to all my groups and individuals simply becuase you gave practical solution toneach and every symptom and with suitable counselling.
    Thanks again.
    Bhaskar reddy.
    Hyderabad.
    Telangana state.

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  66. Thank you for taking the time and effort to write this detailed essay about your experience. Would it be possible to edit the article and mention the area/city/state this took place in because each state in India is following its own protocol and set of rules. I wish you and your family a speedy recovery. God bless!
    Rajwant,
    An Indian living in Dubai with family in Mumbai.

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    1. I live in Delhi, with my family. I have mentioned some personal details in my profile.
      Thanks.

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  67. You and your loving and well-bonded family, have shown exemplary courage, M G, and above all, complete trust in God who, in the final analysis, is in control. He has rewarded your faith and blessed your family abundantly by keeping you safe in spite of Corona in this dire situation.
    Your time and patience to share this "saga" for the benefit of others is greatly to be admired

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  68. Wishing good health and speedy recovery to all members of the family Presence of mind calmness and meticulous in adherence of norms paid rich dividence

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  69. Written and replied most of the queries in very lucid manner. Excellent and very useful information for several in coming days when formal health infrastructure will not be capable to take care of surging numbers. Wishing good health and speedy recovery to such a lovely and well knit family. Kudos to all the support you have.

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  70. Was eagerly searching for such personal experience sharing. Your writeup is lucid, methodical and very inspiring. I wish grand ma too gets back to normal ASAP.
    Request to pick up the call by BBC person. That will give much wider circulation, as most people prefer video than reading thr' this extraordinary must share narration. Sure BBC would honor your privacy.
    Hats off!
    Ranga

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  71. Silent prayers are being offered for your entire family, Doctor, & definitely the Lord Almighty will give you health, happiness & comfort. Manyblessings.

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  72. Excellent write up inspirational and motivating tips and guidelines.Thank you.I have immediately shared with my family groups and they were all thankful.we wish your family a speedy recovery and god bless you All.

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  73. During Extremely depressing and tough situation you were able to chronologically document it fighting the disease.
    It is highly commendable.
    Medical journals should take a note of it and publish it for guidance to others.
    I pray to almighty to make all of you completely recovered and healthy.

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  74. Thanks for detailing your experience. One question - did the person who got groceries follow the protocol of washing clothes and showering after returning?
    Thanks,
    Arvind

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    1. Whoever bought groceries would go early in the morning and take bath after returning. Although, his clothes would be washed later along with the others' and never by himself.

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  75. My sincere prayers 🙏 for recovery of all the infected members of your family, sir ! Perhaps the person who went out for groceries let his guards down. Your write up cautions others never to assume Anything and be alert, safe All the time. Thanks for sharing.

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  76. The medicines prescribed n taken by the patients will greatly help others incase of emergency

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    1. This is my earnest request to everyone that kindly take a professional medical advice before taking any medications blindly. This is more of a narration of experience rather than any prescription. Thanks.

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  77. I wish you and all your families all the very best .prof Dr t m s Prasad panicker,thazhathuveetil medical director s m memorial superspeciality centre sree Bhavan mookambinorth parur

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  78. What a blog!! Detailed and properly organised . Very helpful indeed. I wish this reaches everyone. All the best to you and your family. Stay safe

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    1. No, we did not try to treat the symptoms with Homeopathy or any other alternative medicines like Ayurveda or Unani, as we lacked the awareness and knowledge of the same.

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  80. Hope the family is doing well now....the detailed note would help a lot many people ....

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  81. Why doctors didn't advice KABASURAKUDINEER? In Tamil Nadu the treatment is only KABASURAKUDINEER with good diet. Steam inhalation, gargling with warm salt water and KABASURAKUDINEER is the best treatment. Paracetamol to reduce fever to be administered during fever.

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    1. We didn't come across any such medication and no alternative medicine was tried by us for Covid. Thanks.

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  82. Airuna atkan Kunamko.

    A great great lesson and infotmation.My family too will be reassured in any case if happen. I will forward this great information too.

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  83. A great compilation of information and a great gesture to share this with fellow human beings to make them aware amidst the crisis you and the family are going through. Wishing a speedy recovery to everyone and many blessings .

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  84. Learaned a lot from you doctor from your well organised and positive gesture.

    Everything is meticulously observed, noted and presented in unprejudiced way.

    You are a good human being. Hope to meet you some day.

    .. Dr Abishes Saha, CMO (H) Govt of Delhi ... Posted in Covid Testing Centre. drabishes@yahoo.com

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  85. Kudos to you & your wonderful family to have successfully fought this covid 19 attack!
    Pls do mention which city you're in & which hospital was your aunt admitted in?
    I know of a family wherein the patient was only tested once in the hospital & discharged upon getting one negative result after 3 days of hospitalization!Thereafter no tests were performed on him.
    Thankyou for sharing your experiences,it is very reassuring & informative!God bless!

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    1. We live in Delhi, and my aunt was admitted in MD City Hospital, Model Town, Delhi.
      I think according to the govt. guidelines in Delhi, mildly symptomatic patients admitted in hospital can be discharged after 3 days of no symptoms, and without getting tested again, followed by one week of home isolation.

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  86. Thanks Dr Mukul for this information! I also live in a joint family spread across three floors. Two of our family members have caught fever, cough and loss of taste/smell, and we are also afraid. I really think that your information will help us. Thanks again!!

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    1. You don't need to panic. Practice home isolation, and contact a professional medical practitioner. Get the patients tested if their symptoms dont subside. Take Care.

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  87. Wonderful article, this gives me confidence of not to be scared of Covid.
    Good initiative by educated family.
    Sashank Shekhar

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  88. Dr Mukul,
    My friend is admitted in Seven Hills Hosp, Mumbai & last 3 days, no fever.
    When can we expect his discharge from Hosp. & still we need to maintain distance from him.
    Shekhar

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  89. very good information and In UK we saw many does not have this kind of information therefore suffering .. thanks

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  92. Very well written and informative blog with a lot of details covered. You have bravely endured all & we wish that your turmoil gets over soon.


    There are still a few questions plaguing my mind.

    1. Did you have a house help? If so, was he/she a part time or a full time?

    2. Did the person who went to purchase groceries for the entire family every week talk to anyone for more than 3 mins during his errands? It could also be with the person at the billing counter.


    3. Did any employee of the grocery shop or any customer visiting the local grocery shop like your family member test positive?

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  93. Thanks a lot for sharing.
    May all of you be blessed.

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  94. Thanks for sharing. Wishing speedy recovery for all the unwell members of your family. And would take this opportunity to appreciate that you have taken great pains in writing this detailed piece of your experiences, so that we learn from you and your family.

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  95. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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  97. Thank you for sharing
    Very helpful
    May your family be stronger for the future
    God bless

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  98. Thanks for sharing your experience,it surely gives hope & inspiration to families living in similar situations, & probably could be the course of future action taken by govt,as medical infrastructure is collapsing fast.👍🌈

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  99. Thanks for sharing this very valuable experience of yours. Your experience & the information shared by you will be of very much use if any body among us or any body known to us gets affected.

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  100. Pl let us know from which city and your immediate area surroundings. Thanks.Wish all a speedy recovery.

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  101. Many thanks for sharing your experiences. Much appreciated and best wishes and prayers for the speedy recovery of everybody.

    Can you give a ball park of the expenses Involved?

    Thanks again for the, very reassuring I must say, share!

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  102. Thank you for sharing your experience. It will help many families as ignorance causes anxiety.
    We pray for the speedy recovery of all your family members.

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  103. Thanks Dr. For Practical guide for living in tough times.
    Keep inspiring
    Best wishes

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  104. Many thanks for sharing your experiences. Much appreciated and best wishes and prayers for the speedy recovery of everyeveryboby

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  106. Great May God give your family strength to go through the ordeal and win .It was Very informative. Wish you all the very best of health God Bless you.

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  107. May God give you and your family the strength to go thru this challenging phase.
    I am thankful to you for sharing your experience, it addresses lot of points that is useful. Shared it on all my Whatsapp groups

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  108. Wishing you all a speedy recovery.....Need to retain positive attitude...Good luck

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  109. Dear Dr Mukul Garg, Thank you very much . May god bless you.

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  110. Garg saheb, aap pe garv hai! So very nice of you. I have bookmarked this blog. Hope I should never need to use it but I will keep visiting. Feels nice to be in e-touch with a noble man like you. Best wishes for early recoveries in the family. Namashkar.

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  111. Extremely useful and relevant. The situation was managed in a systematic manner.Very well documented too.Thank you for sharing. Prayers for the well being of the whole family. Stay positive and focused. God bless you all.

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  112. Thanks Dr Mukul !
    Fabulous work writing in such detail and that too with clarity.
    My congratulations to you and your family for winning the battle.
    Good wishes , may God bless you and your family.
    Regards.

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  113. GOD BLESS U N UR FAMILY. IT GIVES ME A GREAT PLEASURE THAT U R ALL OK n winner of the battle. PRANAM SUBKO

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  114. Thank you somuch Dr Mukul. It has been so nice of you by taking time and writing the entire thing in so details. I am sure it must have been tough and all of you together handled it very well. I wish you all of you and your loved ones a healthy lefe ahead. It is really helpful and would provide courage to lot of us to fight with corona. God bless !!!!

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  115. Thank you so much Dr. Mukul. Praying for everyone's speedy recovery. Thanks for sharing your write-up.
    God bless you all !

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  116. Thanks for sharing your experience. Although me and my family are still safe, your experience will prepare us mentally to deal with this, if god forbid anything happens.

    May god bless you all, and hope each one of you recover well.

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  117. Great Article and wishing everyone a speedy recovery. Did you manage to trace and figure out who carried the virus to your home. Was it a human to human,human to surface/object.

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    1. No we really can't be sure about the source of infection. Our best guess is that either my uncles or father contracted the infection while buying grocery. Thanks.

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  118. Thanks a lot for a very exhaustively and analytically write up. Kudos to the family for their strong will power to take on the foreigner. Wishing you all a very early recovery and good health

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  119. I was tested positive with high fever (106). since 1st june i started my home quarantine, now it is 10th day. I had no symptoms like fever, body ache, head ache, and breathilness. But my smelling and tasting is not back to normal. What does it mean sir?? shall i expect it is back to normal?

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  120. I think sense of smell/taste take time to return to normal. As long as you don't have symptoms like fever and breathlessness, there's really no need to worry. I would suggest you wait for atleast 10 days of having no symptoms, before getting tested again and continue your home quarantine as per the state guidelines. Take care.

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  121. Highly informative. Pray Almighty that all members recover soonest possible

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  122. Om Namah Shivaya 🙏🏻

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  123. Grateful for this detailed narrative which is a must read for anyone wanting a genuine impact of the pandemic. Best Wishes and Take Care All of You!

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  124. Hello Dr Garg, I am a journalist with the Times of India. I wanted to interview you. How can I get in touch with you? Please get back at the earliest possible. Thanks.

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  125. Hi
    You may contact me through email: dr.garg.mukul@gmail.com. Thanks

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  126. Excellent summarization and morale boosting in this hour of crisis , fear etc .. May God Bless u and ur family with speedy recovery of all members and robust health thereafter . Very thoughtful if u to share the experience for good . Thank u and Best Wishes.
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    AV.Nagarajan, Pondicherry

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  128. Thank you very much for sharing this information and staying positive...stay healthy

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  129. Thanks a lot for taking efforts to guide all. This is also a kind of service to humanity. Wishing and praying for entire family to come out of Covid. Good luck to all.Regards.

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  130. Thank you so much for sharing your experience. It was very enriching and helpful. Pray to God for speedy recovery of every member of your family and going back to the beautiful days of togetherness. God bless you all.

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  131. Pray to God for speedy recovery. Thanks for all the information.
    I hope this disease exits from this World soon.

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  132. Sir u and ur family is true corona warrior. Salute u. Iam very fond of talking to u. Can u provide ur mobile number.

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  133. I wish you a speedy recovery, and very thankful to share your experience. May God bless you and your family members

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  134. Dear Dr Garg,
    Better than many Services being taken up in this time,towards fighting this dreadful Viral Disease, your write up will help everyone. It is not only a work of Art, but it is worthy of some sort of notable recognition for what it will achieve as a Community Service rendered to common people. Simple and straightforward, your experiences and the handling of this tryst will go a long way in helping tens of thousands of potential victims who stand to gain and be saved through your advice and clinical recordings. Well done Sir! We pray for you and your Families and wish you all a complete speedy recovery. God Bless you for your vision and care for others. God speed!
    Air Cmde KC Kuruvilla VrC Veteran
    Bangalore
    +91 9980912071

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  135. Thank you for all the info and details. This will help many many people.

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  136. Indeed a remarkable journey to fight COVID disease. All of you came out with flying colors. Maintain your unity and 👪 bonding with the love and support. Thanks for sharing your positive experience in these confusing times.

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  137. Thank you very much for sharing in details. God bless you.

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  138. Thank you for sharing your experience and details with so much clarity. It appears you are doctors family and hence a question. If someone feels breathlessness does Levolin really helped? Also, were you all using masks and other PPE at home... I believe that is not required at home right?

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  139. Levolin was used only by 2 patients, my aunt and my grandmother. It didn't provide any relief to my aunt but grandmother did feel bit better after using it. So it really depends upon patient to patient. We did use masks most of the time during those days, even gloves were used but noone used any PPE. Thanks.

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  140. Thank you so much for sharing your experience. It definitely must have been harrowing. But you have explained all the aspects with great clarity and systematically. It is very heartening to hear from someone who has gone through this and recovered. Thank you and may all the members of your family remain healthy..

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  141. This is the most educated, balanced and well written thing I have read on the topic. I am very glad that all your family is now ok. Stay healthy and greetings from Europe. Thank you

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  142. Mukulji, please try to make a small vidio of 5-10 minutes in hindi if you can. It will be very useful for indian families. If you make one do send me too 00447438347542

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  143. Hi. The blog is also available in Hindi at:
    https://ourcoronastory.blogspot.com

    A hyperlink has also been provided for the hindi blog at the bottom of this page.
    Thanks.

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  144. Girish Agarwal11 June 2020 at 02:12

    Thanks for sharing your experience. My queries after going through Delhi guidelines
    1. whether health dept workers came to your house to inspect the facilities before you were allowed to go for Home quarntine.
    2.Whether any training was given
    3 As per guidelines in a family where a member is more than 55 yrs old home quarntine is not allowed . Whether such an issue was raised

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  145. Hi.
    The health department workers did visit our house and inquired about no. of rooms/bathrooms and space available per patient along with their health parameters etc.
    I can't really say training but they gave us basic instructions and precautions for managing patients.
    By the time the test results came out, most of the members had become asymptomatic or were mildly symptomatic, and probably thats why they were deemed suitable for home isolation. Thats my best guess.
    Thanks.

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  146. Thank you for sharing this heart warming story your experiences teaches many of us how to fight in worst condition thanks a lot for sharing visit - https://bloggingfearz.blogspot.com/2020/05/how-to-start-a-blog-for-free-in-2020.html

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  147. I hope after reading this post, everyone thankful for the detailed update report of the COVID19. Iam glad that you and your family is now ok
    Cautious and committed approach needs to overcome this pandemic. One will have to live the life along with COVID19

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  148. Thanks for the detailed info on how to deal if a situation like this occurs
    Very useful and thoughtful to have shared this. May GOd bless u
    Sundaram 78 D.o.c. Chennai

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  149. Dear sir, I wish all your family members a speedy recovery. Your family has gone through a difficult journey. But the way all of you have faced it together is simply remarkable. Getting help from your neighbours, friends, shopkeepers and government officials is really great.
    You have written the post so nicely that you have explained all the important points to the point. It is very rare to find such well written posts. Those who read your write up will be immensely benefitted and motivated. Thank you very much.

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