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RE: My own research on Steem: leptoquarks at the Large Hadron Collider

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I may have it. We still don't know. For now, I have zero symptom but the 14-days quarantine period is not over. Therefore, yes, it consists in limiting travel (I stay home with the family,, confined, for safety measures).

I went to Korea on Feb 11th (before the coronavirus explosion) and left on the 21st, just before things got crazy. Therefore, the chances for having it are not small... I was in Seoul where the number of cases start to rise (and the dates match with the period of my visit).

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Oh gosh. Well, glad you quarantined yourself!!! Is the whole family quarantined with you? At Bangkok airport... very, very quiet here. Enroute to Delhi then UK. Be interesting to see where this goes. I don't fancy being confined to the UK if they shut down Europe!

Is the whole family quarantined with you?

Yes, we self-decided to proceed that way, for the greater good. This being said, I still have no symptom.

When I came back form Korea, the airport was actually incredibly calm, and the flight was mostly empty. The coronavirus is doing a lot for the planet, ironically...

I was supposed to go lecturing in India on Wednesday, but I had to cancel the flight. One can notice the stupidity of Lufthansa here: I only have a message from the university asking me to stay in quarantine for 14 days, but they want me to go to see the doctor to get a medical certificate to be allowed to cancel the flight without any charge. They definitely did not get it...