(CNN)A California man who was diagnosed with the coronavirus and recovered has donated his plasma to help others fighting the potentially deadly virus.On March 6, Jason Garcia noticed he had a mild cough and some congestion. The 36-year-old aerospace engineer from Escondido, California, didn’t think that much of it. But later while on a work trip, he noticed a headache had begun accompanying his cough. Within a day, he also had a fever and body aches that quickly came and went. Then he began experiencing shortness of breath.Garcia called his doctor and based on his symptoms was told to go to the hospital and get tested for coronavirus.A positive test resultHe was sent home and received a call on March 14 letting him know he had tested positive.”They said stay isolated,” Garcia said. “That’s what I did.”He spent nearly 10 days inside his home, confined to his office or his guest room, staying away from his active-duty Navy wife and their 11- month-old daughter.He started to feel better and on March 18, he said, he considered himself “symptom free.”He received a letter from the county of San Diego saying that it was safe for him to come out of isolation

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