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'Hoovering the living room would leave me sweating like I'd run the London marathon' - MP Andrew Gwynne on his 11 month battle against long Covid

direct to your inboxFor Andrew Gwynne, catching coronavirus at the very start of the pandemic was just the beginning of a year long battle against its debilitating symptoms that left him looking ‘close to death’s door’.By early March last year, the virus had begun to circulate widely in Europe with confirmed cases of Covid-19 rising to a ‘high’ of 87 in the UK, raising alarm among leaders.But a full lockdown of the economy, which was then only weeks away, seemed unthinkable for most people going about their normal lives.Aware of reports of new cases emerging in London, on March 5 the Labour MP for Denton and Reddish was concerned enough to ring NHS 111 after days of feeling fatigued and like he’d ‘just hit a brick wall’.Following a working.

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