I tested "positive" for the virus, but feel 100% normal with NO symptoms whatsoever. Will I get into any legal trouble if I leave my house?
- John PLv 71 month ago
Depends on the law where you are. What country are you in?
- 1 month ago
Not whatsoever, its your constitutional right to bear travel arms
- xenobyte72Lv 51 month ago
Typhoid Mary never showed any symptoms and never felt bad but she was responsible for 3 deaths. COVID 19 has caused millions of deaths around the world. Do you want the responsibility of the deaths of people in your community?Source(s): Wikipedia & QI
- 2 months ago
Most states WON'T accept a negative result as proof that you don't have it so logic would tell you they would not accept a positive result as proof that you do have it. Those tests are not super accurate anyway. I think it's more about whether you think you've been exposed. But who knows. Search up your local laws.
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- Common SenseLv 72 months ago
Please, just for a moment, THINK.
You are a deadly virus carrier. You will spread the virus to someone who could potentially die OR like you, they could have no symptoms but not realize they are a carrier to perhaps infect and cause another person''s death.
Do not be selfish and stupid. Stay Home for 2 weeks. Really.
Or, go out and carelessly spread the virus to random people and kill someone.
- TavyLv 72 months ago
Yes as you are a carrier of the virus.
- AmyLv 72 months ago
If you live in a civilized country, yes.
If you're in the USA, no, you can go intentionally kill people and no one will stop you.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 months ago
If you get caught.
Which you will, when someone catches the virus from you and dies.
Those who have no symptoms still spread the virus, especially if they don't stay home.
- JudyLv 72 months ago
- roderick_youngLv 72 months ago
Really depends on where you live. Check local regulations on quarrantining when positive. If you can't find it on the web, call your doctor or local police.