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Long-COVID sufferer speaks of constant symptoms and struggles since contracting virus 10 months ago

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Claire Hastie has had daily symptoms for nearly one year now. Doctors have told her that they have no explanation as to why she is still barely able to walk

Added on the 14/01/2021 14:22:24 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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