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When a Surgeon Became a Covid-19 Patient: ‘I Had Never Faced the Reality of Death’

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story The Great Read ‘I Had Never Faced the Reality of Death’: A Surgeon Becomes a Patient Infected early in the pandemic, Dr. Tomoaki Kato, a renowned transplant surgeon, was soon on life support, and one of the sickest patients in his own… Read More »

‘I was the kind of person who was constantly busy’ – One of Ireland’s earliest Covid cases still suffering symptoms one year on

A woman who was among the earliest Covid cases in the country is still experiencing intense symptoms one year after her diagnosis. oife Moore, 38, a mother-of-two from east Galway, is one of thousands of people across Ireland suffering from what is known as “long Covid”. Her life has been upended since she first began… Read More »