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COVID-19 ‘long-haulers’ warn of ongoing health issues months after diagnosis

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COVID-19 have lasted longer than their 14-day contagious period.Those deemed as ‘long-haulers’ say medical issues keep popping up, months after their initial diagnosis.“I actually had COVID pneumonia, they had to put me into a medically-induced coma,” Edmonton resident Lyndsey Plitt said.

Memorial of hearts along Assiniboine River trail honours Manitoba lives lost to COVID-19 Plitt notes she had no underlying conditions prior to having COVID-19 and her doctors told her she was young, at 34 years of age.

Now, Plitt has post-COVID symptoms, including lesions in her throat and trouble with her balance.“My hands, you know, if I pick up a large thing, like a bottle of detergent, they’re fine,” Plitt said. “If I try and say pick up a coffee.

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