I finally got (mild) Covid. My symptoms began on Feb 20, and today is day 10. I never had a fever, just fatigue/aches (which have been gone for days), and an occasional cough (also virtually gone now). To feel better, I've been going outside walking, and I haven't been wearing a mask, since there's usually no one else around. Yesterday something happened that really freaked me out. Normally, no other people are out on our streets or sidewalks. But I encountered 2 people yesterday coming toward me, and because I wasn't wearing a mask, I stepped off the sidewalk and was about 6 feet or more from them as they quickly passed and we exchanged very brief greetings, which was a matter of seconds. I thought to myself, self, if that happens on your next walk, you cross the street immediately so you are nowhere near other people. So today on my walk, the sidewalk was empty, when all of a sudden a group of school kids comes tearing out of their school building, right toward me! I immediately turn and walk away from them, onto the curb of the street, my back to them, prepared to cross, but there are too many cars, so I stand there while the kids (who are about 8-10 feet behind me) run past. I know that I probably should have been wearing a mask and I'm sorry I wasn't. Should I be concerned that the people I encountered yesterday or today may get some of my germs? Thanks everyone. By the way, I am not an RN, but work in a supportive role in a facility. forgot to mention, if it matters, that I lost my sense of taste/smell, but that is coming back.