Illawarra woman describes 'long COVID'

Illawarra woman describes 'long COVID'

Tamara Nobbs is still dealing with the effects of COVID-19, four months after she was struck down with the virus. She still suffers from the joint pains that stemmed from her infection in September last year. Ms Nobbs, from the Illawarra region of NSW, said her first sign of the virus was neck pain, which she initially thought was from sleeping in the wrong position. But then it was discovered her partner Matthew Cooper had COVID and she, along with their children Amelia, 9, and Briella, 2, had also caught the virus. Ms Nobbs said her children had mild symptoms limited to a sore throat and fever, but she suffered the neck pain along with migraines, loss of smell and throat irritation, although escaped any breathing issues and was able …
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