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What Are the Symptoms of COVID-19?

Since the CDC announced that it is possible for people to be carriers of the coronavirus and not even know it, many people have started wondering how to tell if they have contracted the virus. We care about the safety of our customers and want to do our part in flattening the curve. Our Nashville movers share common symptoms of COVID-19.

Those who have actually contracted COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, from mild to severe. Consult a doctor if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms of COVID-191:

- Cough

- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

- Fever

- Chills

- Tremors

- Muscle pain

- Headache

- Sore throat

- New loss of taste or smell

Our Nashville local movers would like to note you should contact your primary care physician if you are not feeling well. You know your body better than anyone, so if you sense something is off or you’re not feeling well, regardless of whether or not you experience these specific symptoms of COVID-19, consult a medical professional. For the safety of the community and healthcare workers, perhaps opt for a telehealth appointment first before an in-person consultation is deemed necessary.


What Is Antibody Testing? 

After the announcement of the coronavirus, many people were tested. Those who tested positive for the coronavirus were asked to provide a blood sample for an antibody test. Scientists were able to gather that people who had COVID-19 had developed antibodies.

Antibody testing checks a sample of a person’s blood to look for antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. These antibodies are produced when someone has been infected, so a positive result from this test indicates that person was previously infected with the virus.

– Centers for Disease Control & Prevention2 


Moving During COVID-19 Pandemic with All My Sons Moving & Storage

As of right now, the CDC is not sure if the antibodies from COVID-19 can be used as a vaccine, meaning that if someone who previously had COVID-19 were to receive antibodies, they would not be able to get COVID-19 again. The CDC is also not sure how long the antibodies will protect someone from COVID-19.

Additionally, since it normally takes 1-3 weeks to develop antibodies to COVID-19, relying on antibody tests will not accurately tell you if you have COVID-19. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and would like to know if you are currently infected, you will need to get tested for the coronavirus.

Our Nashville residential movers are here to help you through the coronavirus pandemic. We know that safety comes first in a time like this. If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, please consider rescheduling your move. Not only for your safety, but the safety of our movers. All My Sons Moving & Storage is offering free, virtual estimates on moves so that everyone can continue social distancing. Contact us today to learn more.


Here at All My Sons Moving & Storage, we thank our clients for trusting us with their relocation. Given the increased attention of COVID-19 (coronavirus), we want to assure all clients that their safety and our employees’ safety are a top priority. While we’re experts in moving, we want our clients to know that we’re actively implementing the health and safety guidelines outlined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to ensure we take the proper precautions.

We’ve instructed our employees that experience symptoms, defined by the CDC, to not report to work and instead contact their doctors. We ask that if you or any of your family members have experienced COVID-19 symptoms, please let us know immediately so we can take the proper additional precautions.

As a company, we believe in serving our community and supporting each other, especially during difficult times. We believe in the power of us, all of us!



1. Coronavirus.gov – What are the symptoms and complications that COVID-19 can cause?

2. Coronavirus.gov – What is Antibody Testing? And Can I be Tested Using This Method?