Even those that are curable often have no symptoms and go unrecognized for long periods of time.
The incubation period — the period between when you're bitten by an infected mosquito and the appearance of signs and symptoms of the illness — generally ranges from four to 10 days.
It's okay to go for a walk, run or ride your bike, as long as you stay at least 2m away from other people.
Exposure to mosquitoes where West Nile virus exists increases your risk of getting infected.
It would be best if you can work from home, but if not, you should limit your movements to just the workplace and also limit interactions with others.
And if you noticed, people with casual contact are still considered low risk as opposed to people with close contact who are.