Sunday was a pretty normal, uneventful day. We both still feel below par, but nothing new or extraordinary to report. I'm calling that a W. Our body temperature and oxygen numbers are holding strong. My temps are in the upper 97s or low 98s, and my wife's are a little higher. The oxygen numbers are good if they are 95% or higher, and ours are there most of the time. They dip into the 92-93 range at times, but one of my former students (a registered nurse whose COVID symptoms have finally started to let up a little) is advising me and assuring me we are in good shape with those numbers.
Another former student of mine who now lives in Mississippi asked me on Facebook about my symptoms, and about some that are on the list that I haven't had yet (runny nose and sore throat). Fortunately I have not had those, and I would hope that no one has had the entire 10-list barrage. My wife cannot get rid of her horrible headache, but fortunately for me that has not been an issue yet. One of the other teachers in her building also reported a bad headache, giving me cause to wonder if some versions of this crazy virus have consistencies like that -- or if the headaches between teaching colleagues are just coincidence.
I'm still going to hold off on trying to make generalizations about this coronavirus, knowing full well that it appears to be so different from case to case that any such generalizations cannot possibly have any level of accuracy (not that such a belief has kept people who don't even have it from doing exactly that).
Stayed up late last night watching more of "Yellowstone" on the Paramount Network, and didn't get up until about 12:30 p.m. Made lunch, watched a little TV with the wife and then went back to bed for a couple of hours. We watched a little more TV (some TV rehab shows, "Big Brother", etc.) and I was worn out again by about 9 p.m. Slept until about 1 a.m., then got up to do some things for work as I passed my wife in the hallway on her way to bed. We are still isolating for now, although it seems unnecessary. Anything we can do to lessen-shorten this deal is a good thing.