New York Times: For Long-Haulers, Covid-19 Takes a Toll on Mind as Well as Body

New York Times: For Long-Haulers, Covid-19 Takes a Toll on Mind as Well as Body. “Forty hours after treating her first coronavirus patient, on March 30, Angela Aston came home to her family with a cough. ‘Gosh, your throat is scratchy,’ her husband told her. Right away she knew she had likely been infected with Covid-19. As a nurse practitioner, Ms. Aston, 50, was confident she knew how to handle her symptoms, and disappeared to her bedroom to quarantine and rest. By day 50 of her illness, that confidence had disappeared.”

BBC: She got ill when the pandemic hit – and still is, six months later

BBC: She got ill when the pandemic hit – and still is, six months later. “Monique Jackson believes she caught Covid-19 early in the pandemic and nearly six months later she’s still unwell. One of thousands in this position, she has been keeping an illustrated diary about her symptoms and her vain attempts to get treatment.”