Steven Macias said when he first tested positive for the novel coronavirus in August, he felt like he had a bad, but manageable, case of the flu.
“The second time was the bad one."
Yes — you read that right.
“It was on a whole other scale,” Macias said.
Seventy-five days after his first diagnosis, Macias again tested positive for the coronavirus. He says he never tested negative in between his bouts with the illness. He quarantined until he no longer had symptoms and was declared recovered.