I figured. It never rose beyond a mild irritant (caused some difficulty talking without being interrupted with bouts of coughing). It wasn't anything I would have sought treatment for in normal circumstances, but I wanted to know if I should be in total isolation or not.My wife has had that for about 3 weeks now. It started out as a typical cold (some sinus congestion, mucus, etc.) then just degraded into a persistent dry cough. She gets Covid tested every two weeks so she can visit her dad and continually comes up negative. I think it just one of the 'common cold' strains going around this year.
Honey in her tea seems to have helped reduce the throat irritation. We have the humidity so high to help ease her cough I'm starting to see the beginnings of a rain forest climate.