Does having a fever mean your infection is bacterial rather than viral

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You're feeling unwell and your body temperature is rising. As you retreat to bed and ponder your misery, thoughts start going through your head.

"I've been crook before without a fever. What's different this time? Could it be that my cold — a virus — has developed into a secondary sinus or chest infection — bacterial — or have I picked up something more serious?"