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For some in Alabama, coronavirus symptoms don't end (al.com)

Posted Aug 26, 2020

By Sarah Whites-Koditschek | swhites-koditschek@al.com and Amy Yurkanin | ayurkanin@al.com

Traci Armstrong, 43, keeps inventory in a Montevallo warehouse. Its been over two months since she contracted COVID-19 at work, but she still sometimes feels like shes getting sick all over again with a cough, fever and sudden fatigue.

I have to stop what Im doing and kind of bend over and try to get my composure together so I wont pass out, she said.

Armstrong is not sure whats happening to her. She loses her train of thought often and suffers from almost daily headaches. She stopped operating heavy machinery at work as a precaution. She suddenly hates the taste of coffee, which she lived on before, and can no longer smell certain things, like baby powder.
They report hair loss, fatigue, exhaustion and brain fog, among a range of sometimes debilitating ailments, months after testing negative for the disease, studies show.
more: https://www.al.com/news/2020/08/for-some-in-alabama-coronavirus-symptoms-never-seem-to-end.html

There's actually a fair amount of info, including some links, in the full article.

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