You cannot buy the revolution. You cannot make the revolution. You can only be the revolution. It is in your spirit, or it is nowhere.

Ursla Le Guin (1929-2018)

The Dispossessed, 1974

Coronavirus Symptoms

Recorded: March 8th, 2020


The two main symptoms of coronavirus to look out for are a continuous dry cough and/or a fever. If you are sneezing a lot, got a runny nose or a headache, you may be ill, but you've probably not got coronavirus. So, how high a fever is a coronavirus one and what exactly is a continuous dry cough? Well, it's when you cough and there's no mucus or phlegm, basically no gooey substance in your tissue. And this is not the odd cough here and there, you have to be coughing regularly for no other reason, such as clearing your throat or smoking. So, how high a fever is a coronavirus fever? Well, if you have one, you'll know about it. Technically, it is a body temperature of more than 37.8 degrees celcius or a hundred degrees Fahrenheit. But if you have not got a thermometer, basically you will feel hot and your chest and back would be be hot.


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