Steps if exposed to Covid
Hi. I have broncheictasis (newly-diagnosed) and asthma. I haven't had the Fall Covid booster, yet, as was on a prednisone taper and it's generally contraindicated for vaccines.
I just got a call that a respiratory therapist (how ironic!) I worked with 2 days ago has Covid. We were in very close quarters. I had on a KN95 mask and she had on a surgical (well-fitted, but still just a surgical). I tested negative this morning on a binax and will keep testing.
Just wondering if anyone has ideas for extra steps to build my resistance/try to fight this exposure? I had Covid for the first time in March and it was tough (it's what led to the broncheictasis diagnosis). Thanks!