Skateboard legend maker and 2020 skateboarding Hall of Famer professor Paul Schmitt has tested positive for Coronavirus COVID-19. The good news is that he is safe and thankful that he is fully vaccinated.
"We all know Covid Sucks. Schmitt posted. "Glad to say I’m double vacinated and double boosted. Unfortunately I still caught Covid on my trip to The Tampa Pro. It’s life I have a mild flu that will not go away."
He added. "The first day you’re positive is day 0 And I’m eight days in the isolation and it sucks. Hoping day 9 lets me test out as I missed out on great activities this weekend Attic skate shop, Kai and Sunny."
"My girlfriend Patricia tested out on her 6th day." He said. "I wish I would’ve masked up when I was deep in the crowd in transit."
"I was masked and got a surprise CVS Pharmacy today. They told me that my insurance Health Net cover eight Covid test each month. I was happy I was able to walk away with eight, hopefully I’ve got leftovers from this bout
they were cost me $10 a test, which is better than $20 a test of six months ago." Schmitt explained.
He continued. "To make sure I do not impose on the people around me. If your vaccinated is no longer a death threat, however it still comes over responsibility."
After 3 days, the 58-year-old tested negative. "I prefer to be a positive person however I’m happy to be negative today." He said.
"Took me 10 days to test out of Covid. Schmitt said. "Glad to say it was just similar to the flu, other than the fact it was so disappointing to have to isolate myself by taking my Covid responsibly I had to protect others by staying away."