Monday, March 15, 2021

COVID Fear Nearly Killed Kansas City Scribe

A local survivor story reminds us that the impact of the pandemic extends far beyond the body count. Here's testimony that encourages self-care for locals who cope with ongoing restrictions . . . Read more:

I didn't have COVID-19, but I almost died because of it

By Emily Park Around Thanksgiving, I found myself sure that the COVID test I had just taken was going to come back positive-an assumption that came very close to ending my life at 23 years old. Because of the pandemic, I waited far too long to seek medical attention and experienced delays in my care...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad she's okay, but this is the type of panic and dread typical of millennials (and they're terrified of damned near everything).

I didn't particularly like going to the hospital for cancer surgery (and countless scans/tests/MRIs) in the midst of a pandemic, but any person with a modicum of common sense doesn't ignore their general health due to fear of the unknown, even if the unknown is potentially deadly (and in the case of Covid, the fatality rate is less than 1%).

Anonymous said...

Fear, narcissism, drama. Your ancestors killed Nazis, you weakling.

Anonymous said...

She and snowflake Hampton Stevens should go wrap them shelves in fear and get yucky with each other.

Anonymous said...

SUCKS TO BE A LIBERAL DOESNT IT

Anonymous said...

People battling obesity had one of the worst times battling COVID.