Sorry, I was thrown off by your mentioning that 25% of your class tested positive for Covid-19. Or, seeing 20 students one at a time for 15-20 minutes. I guess I just didn't see the connection. Thanks for clearing that up.@Shellandshilo1956 @johnsmith
I am certain that it was spreading through the class, and I caught it from one of the students.
Now, before anybody asks, I don't know the vaccination status of the students.
The point I was trying to make is that once I was infected, I didn't spread it to anyone close to me.
If your immune system allows you to become symptomatic(coughing, sneezing, or kissing), then you can spread this virus. Whether you are vaccinated or unvaccinated. Simply having a high temp won't spread this virus. Resting, taking decongestants, antihistamines, drinking plenty of fluids, and even taking antiviral and antibiotics medications if necessary, will reduce your chances of becoming symptomatic. But nothing will stop you from being infected. Viruses don't care if you are vaccinated or not, or have recovered or not. They are natures true equal opportunity pathogens.