Significant medical centers nationwide trying to understand why some COVID-19 clients continue to have symptoms weeks and even months after having actually been diagnosed with the coronavirus.Amy Watson, 47, is
one of those patients. She’s had a fever, she said, for more than 100 days.
“It’s been maddening,”said Watson, a preschool teacher in Portland, Oregon. Because mid-March, her temperature level has crept up to 100 or 101 degrees nearly daily by midafternoon.She was diagnosed with COVID-19 in April, about a month after her symptoms– cough, congestion and extreme tiredness– began. Now, those signs have developed into weeks of low-grade fever and a burning feeling under her skin.”My physician has been great at listening to me.
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