Natsuki Shinomiya: He immediately jumps into action, taking your temperature and urging you to rest. After many attempts to receive your permission to make you soup, you two come to the consensus that he would only supply water and tea. He stays with you to keep you company, reading you stories and making you Piyo-chan origami.
Tokiya Ichinose: He tries his best to clear his schedule in order to take care of you. He forces you to rest as he makes you soup and other healthy foods, even giving up some of his manuka honey to mix in hot milk to give to you.
Cecil Aijima: He treats you even more like royalty, going as far as asking (in all seriousness, of course) if you needed to be washed. He makes sure that your water cup is always full and that you’re comfortable.
Ren Jinguji:Though he’s not really one to take care of others, he stays with you until
he’s forced to leave he’s no longer needed. He attempts to alleviate your usual amount of housework by washing the dishes or trying to do your laundry. (Un)fortunately, your being sick doesn’t stop him from kissing you and cuddling.
Otoya Ittoki: Initially, he wants to give you space, but he ends up staying by your side the entire time. He helps out around the house, cleaning up and doing your dishes. Lots of hugs and affection are given, but he keeps it short and sweet so he doesn’t pass on any more bacteria.
Syo Kurusu: He urges you to stay in bed and checks up on you frequently, taking your temperature almost every time. He calls his twin brother and asks for tips on how to help you out. He makes sure you take your medication and (despite your protests), when you’re feeling better, kisses you, using the “I just wanted to take your temperature” excuse.
Masato Hijirikawa: He initially freaks out and bombards you with questions like “How do you feel?” and “Did you take your medication?” and “Have you seen a doctor yet?” He takes on the “house wife” role and sanitizes almost everything in your living complex. He’s overly cautious when checking on you, making sure not to touch you or come too close.
Reiji Kotobuki: He cooks the best-tasting “feel better” food and does everything he can do to make you comfortable. Ignoring your protests, he stays by your side until you fall asleep.
Ai Mikaze: He comes up with a list of things to do to help you feel better. He makes you drink water often and cooks for you. Eventually, he reaches a point where there’s nothing more he can do, so he sticks by your side and observes you, sometimes caressing your cheek and checking your temperature by touching your forehead.
Ranmaru Kurosaki: Although somewhat reluctant, he stays at your place and takes care of you until he’s no longer needed. He doesn’t cling to your side; he wants to give you your space. He’s not very affectionate but he does everything he can to make you comfortable.
Camus: Even if he doesn’t know what to do, he does his best to take care of you. He frequently asks you questions like “How do you feel?” and “Do you need anything to eat/drink?”. He hires someone to look after you when he can’t.