Bay Area health care administrator Cliff Morrison shares that he first experienced COVID-19 symptoms around the last week of March, then sought medical attention a few weeks later. He says he had blurred vision, could barely get out of bed, lacked an appetite, and was sometimes delirious. He says he tested again in May and had a negative result, but to this day, he still experiences residual symptoms.
Long-term effects of coronavirus
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