I am now paying the price: Grayson County sheriff, family test positive for coronavirus – WHAS11.com

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He stated he believes his household contracted the virus following a June RV journey to Wyoming and Montana. He stated despite the fact that his family had less exposure to individuals during the trip, they didnt constantly use masks.

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” Since Monday the 6th [of July], I have actually not slept for more than two hours intermittently daily. Whats actually odd is that Friday I began to hallucinate by seeing shocking images on my ceiling in my bedroom. I could not sleep long enough to have a headache.”

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His other half and boy, Chaffins said, only experienced mild signs. Nevertheless, he said his child was and visited a good friend gotten right after he developed a cough. Chaffins stated that household was alerted.

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Chaffins stated shortly after his trip, he started to experience a variety of signs consisting of a low-grade fever, losing his sense of taste and odor and a serious headache. He stated as every day passed, the signs started to heighten.

Whats really strange is that Friday I started to hallucinate by seeing shocking images on my ceiling in my bed room. His better half and boy, Chaffins stated, just experienced mild symptoms. He said his boy was and checked out a pal chosen up right after he developed a cough. Chaffins stated that household was notified.

Chaffins is utilizing his experience as a cautionary tale for those who are not wearing masks in public settings.

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Sheriff Norman Chaffins stated he thinks his household contracted the infection throughout a journey to Wyoming and Montana at the end of June.

LOUISVILLE, Ky.– Grayson County Sheriff Norman Chaffins has verified he and his family has checked positive for coronavirus.

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He said he will refrain from commenting even more till his family recuperates.

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” I am now paying the price. Something that is worse than battling the virus is fighting the heaviness of the burden that we could have infected somebody else.”

The household was checked last Monday and got their favorable results on Wednesday.

Chaffins shared his experience fighting the virus in a lengthy Facebook post on Sunday.