@rosemarya Hi and great to hear everything went well. I actually have been to Mayo Phoenix a few times now for labs and a Drs apt. Plus some testing on a issue im having with my prostate. I saw a little blood just a few drops while urinating but had a zoom visit with that doctor and following up next month in person. But just as you said Mayo is doing well keeping us safe and I did get tested for covid for a Angiogram test and was negative. I decided back when this started not to go to outside labs mainly because the ones near me were usually crowded and I believe at Mayo labs it was safer.
I've had a couple of IVIG treatments also and everyone is masked plus sanitizing so feeling pretty good about the risk of catching it.
I was a little concerned tho on an article from the journal of Medicine that mentioned a study done in England that is showing certain blood types get the virus more severe and mine was at the top Type A and O was the least likely to get a severe case.
Also, it seems my area in Arizona is having a bit of an increase and even in my area there have been some deaths so im staying vigilant not exposing myself like it seems others are
Still attending Church Services online and only getting out during my morning walks. My wife what a trooper is doing most of the other needs like grocery shopping, Mail box checking etc. I am missing all the things I used to love Attending Church, Golf, eating out with friends so im looking forward to a vaccine it seems is the only solution for us transplant folks. We did do a hotel stay for a few days when I had my angiogram so my wife could have somewhere to wait.
I thought the hotel did great on keeping everyone safe. Staff wore masks and room cleaning was between guest stays. If we wanted towel exchange we would put them in a bag and the fresh one's would be given at the door. Well that's about it.
Have a Blessed Day