Here's how it goes. You get a sore throat, along with a fever, for a couple of days. Then you seem fine for a couple of days. Then it goes to the lungs. My niece ran a very low-grade fever at first, and ended up with walking pneumonia by the end of it (she has asthma). My oldest ran middle range, 100*-101*. Once she hit the respiratory phase, she's simply had a cough. Her lungs are nice and clear. My youngest ran a blazing 104.4* at its highest. She had a hard time breathing all through the fever, getting breathing treatments every 4 hours. We're praying God just protects her from having the next phase of this virus completely.
She has a birthday coming up. Her main gift is a pulse-ox. I didn't have one last year, and it was torture. We were in urgent care and the doctor's office several times, and she was hospitalized twice. Had I had a pulse-oximeter, maybe we could have saved ourselves a couple of those visits, saving her exposure to other viruses.
It's amazing how much we take for granted in this life. Like breathing. I take breathing completely for granted--until my 1-year-old can't.