All the better! So just get your positive test reported to DoDMERB and then focus on quarantining and self-care so that you stay feeling fine. I’m a mom so I can’t help myself - please rest and hydrate.I feel fine for the time being, I'm just concerned it will reduce the timeframe/ chances of admission. Thank you for the comment though!
DoDMERB website says if you have not already arrived at your service academy, you must report and be recertified.What are the steps an applicant in this scenario should take: DoDMERB exams and COVID-19 questionnaire completed in August 2020 with no issues and no positive tests of COVID-19. However, applicant tested positive for COVID-19 in early January and then tested negative 8 days later. Applicant does not know whether to report this to DoDMERB or not as everything was completed months before.
So if an applicant had a positive Covid test with mild symptoms, what is the process after submitting the Covid form? If the Covid form was just today for Covid in Feb, is the form all that is needed? If there are additional steps, will there be time to accomplish them?RJB1690 is 100% correct. DQs have only occurred AFTER the 10 day isolation and 28 days post for folks that have had complications. Once cleared AFTER that time by your personal physician, then all have been qualified