A resident of the English city of Liverpool, County Merseyside, ill coronavirus two months ago and complained that still suffers from strange symptoms. This publication reports the Liverpool Echo.
64-year-old Professor and epidemiologist at the Liverpool school of tropical medicine Paul garner (Paul Garner) always been in good health, ran a lot and did yoga.
March 19, garner was at work and listened to a briefing on COVID-19. He felt unwell, although he had no cough, no runny nose. Speakers at the briefing the speaker announced that the number of infected people in three days had doubled, and to all who have strange symptoms, you need to go home. Garner followed this advice.
After a few days his condition worsened: he had a cough, severe headache. These symptoms passed, then returned for several weeks. On the 20th day of the disease each garner — a General practitioner — suggested that he had lymphoma and was recommended to take a blood test. It turned out that he was infected with coronavirus.
After 60 days of illness garner passed the test for the new coronavirus infection, and the result was negative. However, the symptoms are not gone after three months after the appearance. “It’s terrible. I feel bad for three months. I have a weakness. I recently went five miles, and the next day I couldn’t get out of bed”.
“If I do too much, I fall from exhaustion. I don’t know how long this will last, but it will be, maybe weeks, maybe months. Some people have chronic fatigue syndrome lasts for years,” he said.
“It’s like I’m possessed by a demon. I just hope that soon will be able to return to physical exercise,” the Professor lamented.
Earlier it was reported that the inhabitant of the English city of Lawton, County of Essex, ill coronavirus infection and told about their feelings. “Inside it was like I was the devil,” she described her feelings.