I spent most of yesterday at the doctor's ( PA ) office. She offered to refer me to the hospital, but I was so tired by the time she offered that I just wanted to go home and sleep. ( I'd been waiting to get in for many hours and had woken up early.) Plus, I didn't want to be around hospital germs. The day before, I had to go back to school 1 day to wrap things up. When I got home, I popped into the tub and felt burning. My 1st thought was : I somehow scraped a section of my skin, so I washed it, put a bit of peroxide on it, put antibiotic ointment on it, and went to get my glasses to see it better. That is when I noticed that I had blisters ( tiny ones) all over my arm. I found images that looked just like it on WebMD. It looked a lot like Shingles and was pretty sure that was what it was. I bandaged them up to sleep and planned on getting an antivirul drug for it from the PA the next day. The thing is she said, yes, it looked like Shingles, but wasn't. The blisters were not in 1 quadrant like they usually are with Shingles. She told me if we lived down south, it was a classic case of poison ivy or poison oak. There is no way on this Earth I could have been exposed to either. She told me I had been exposed to something and the way the blisters were arranged it looked like I had been picking up a box. ( Something I had done at school.) She asked me if I knew what they had used to disinfect the school, but by that time, everyone was gone. Tired, I left because she really didn't know what caused it. Then I got home and a friend I'd told about it called. In the conversation, she told me about kids who were getting odd rashes. I looked it up and the pictures varied, but 1 looked just like mine. It took me a few extra minutes to fall asleep even though I was tired. The article of the pictures said that these rashes are showing up on asymptomatic Covid patients and before or after onset. Has anyone heard of this or seen it? If you believe in prayer, please pray for me because I am clueless what it is and hope it will go away.