I was out of work the end of March through April. I was given the option to come back part time the first week of May and managed to keep myself busy enough to work full-time since then. It looks as though I will be helping out in some of the local offices in CA, OR, WA, and NV starting next week.
The solution to that problem here has been to make lunches "to go" that can be picked up at the schools, the YMCA, and a few other community organizations.
The demographics in Milan and Venice are older. They've also run out of medical resources. We currently have enough medical resources for the patients that need critical care. If we get to the point that there aren't any beds or ventilators we will see a higher mortality rate here as well...
It's all just getting started. Wait till all those people who were standing in queues getting infected by other shoppers hoarding toilet paper start showing symptoms. Now throw in all those people who were infected while waiting in those crowds in the airports while waiting to be screened.
I don't know if there is a single temperature sensor that sends the same information to the dash and the thermostat, or if there are two, one for the dash gauge and another for the thermostat. But, my guess is a sensor is acting up. Check the sensor(s). Or, just replace them if they are...
I think a sore throat and headache are considered to be uncommon symptoms for covid infections. Anyway, I had the same thing two weeks ago, it started to go away, then came back the middle of last week and now seems to be going away.