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A Woman Is Infected With Coronavirus Despite Being In Quarantine

A Woman Is Infected With Coronavirus Despite Being In Quarantine
A Woman Is Infected With Coronavirus Despite Being In Quarantine

Video: A Woman Is Infected With Coronavirus Despite Being In Quarantine

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A woman in North Carolina said she was infected with the coronavirus despite being quarantined for several weeks at home.

According to the New York Post, Rachel Brummert tested positive for COVID-19 last Thursday after being isolated for three weeks at her residence in Charlotte.

Rachel Brummert
Rachel Brummert

"I am absolutely terrified," Brummert told the WCNC Charlotte channel. “This is the sickest I've ever been and the most scared I've ever been. From what I heard about respirators, they are terrifying things. I really hope I can wait for this at home."

According to the news channel, the only contact he had abroad was an exit to the pharmacy three weeks ago and with a woman [who did not touch], who volunteered and left food outside her door.

Brummert revealed that the woman later tested COVID-19 and told the news channel that she barely had contact with her and that "I didn't even touch her." However, she acknowledged that she had indeed taken out the food bags without her gloves.

Brummert suffers from a disease of her immune system, so she followed the experts' precautions to avoid getting it, such as avoiding having contact with her husband, who stays in another room in the house, she said.

In addition, he assured that to receive the mail he always used his gloves and that he had not ordered takeout food either.

On his social networks, Brummert has kept a kind of diary about the evolution of his health and the symptoms he has been experiencing, such as cough, fever, headache and breathing difficulties.

If you need updated information about COVID-19, its symptoms, treatment, etc,. Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, which offers service in Spanish: www.cdc.gov/spanish/index.html

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