‘It’s Not in My Head’: They Survived the Coronavirus, but They Never Got Well – The New York Times https://t.co/9E3yEtA8VU— Jenny Marie Hatch 🇺🇸 (@JennyHatch) September 29, 2020
Jenny Hatch | Colorado – My comment on this article is below.
I feel so sad for these people. I have been on Oxygen for years and when Covid-19 hit, quarantined away from my Uber job to protect my lungs.
Although not deathly ill these past six months, I have had these same chronic symptoms and have wondered if I somehow caught the virus.
My long term symptoms of hypoxia and asthma jacked up a notch and the fatigue and dizzyness has been so bad I wonder if I will ever work again. Bless everyone who is suffering. You are all in my heart.
My Inogen oxygen concentrator (www.inogen.com) is my lifeline and has kept me saturated in the high 90’s throughout the pandemic. I can barely go off oxygen to brush my teeth without getting faint.
I do not mean to be an infomercial for that company, but after being on the refill tanks for a couple years, my portable concentrator gave me my life back.
Good Luck to everyone.
Excellent! "They observed there was almost no viral binding or entry to these cells, and the treatment also halted viral replication in cells already infected. They concluded that the infection could be inhibited by breast milk, which is already known…" https://t.co/wEJQqZB584— Jenny Marie Hatch 🇺🇸 (@JennyHatch) September 29, 2020