Discussion in 'Temptation Cancun Forum' started by Tommy90, Jul 27, 2020.
We will be there in 2 weeks and I will be happy to let you know how it is.
FYI, I had the Covid last month. Positive test, had symptoms, was quarantined but I never ran a fever. This wasn’t at TTR, just adding my two cents about the fever thing.
This is 100% curiosity.
Just because I’m trying to get an understanding of how the symptoms present. When you say you never had a fever, is that because you never felt like like you had a fever, or because you actually took your temp during this time and it was normal?
Tried to find the article with the least amount of opinion and hyperbole that explains the 6 common groupings of symptoms so I wouldn’t be accused of being in the ‘Covid brigade’ again This one explains it well...
Just returned from 6 days at TTR. (It was great overall) However, to answer the original question at the beginning of this thread. The weekend was at 80% capacity and the weekdays it dropped off drastically to the 30% to 40 % range. After talking to several reliable employees who I have known for over the years, the resort pays a fine for exceeding the 40% threshold. (I'm only guessing, that it far more profitable to make great money on weekends and pay the fine)
Okk great to know, were getting there on thursday morning so we should be able to get the most out of the crazieness before it calms down a little bit.
Thanks for the info...We get in on Sat for 9 nites covering 2 weekends! At least we will get a little quiet time in between - lol
A husband and wife we are really good friends with came down with Covid a few weeks ago. Both tested positive. The husband had a high fever most of the time while the wife never had a fever. Both experienced most of the other common symptoms. I assumed you would have a fever if you were symptomatic, but it sounds like it varies from person to person.
And to us, thats whats bothersome about this novel virus. So many varying symptoms. We know someone that only had a loss of taste and smell, and 2 weeks ago, know someone that died with it, and had no underlying conditions. Both same age range (50's).
My fiancé and I were at TTR July 25-Aug 2 came home tested positive the next day, had tons of symptoms none of which was a fever. Not everyone who has symptoms or tests positive has a fever. If your practice is showing every positive case having temps over 102 it makes me think their fudging the books or your thermometer is wrong. Just my thought since we never had fevers and we can’t be the only ones