These people can explain first-hand what it's like to have COVID-19.
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Confused about the COVID-19 pandemic? You're not alone.
Jay Michaels’ 94-year-old mother had dementia. And, because of her mental condition, her recent death was somewhat of a relief to her son. But dementia did not kill her. COVID-19 did.
A local family learned first hand the fickle nature of COVID-19 as a father was quarantined in bed with fever, chills, aching body and a wrenching headache — while the mother remained unscathed and virus-free, even though she continued to sleep beside him.
JEROME — Nearly two months after testing positive for COVID-19, Cole Lickley can still feel it in his lungs.
Luray’s stay is the longest COVID-19 hospitalization at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center in Twin Falls to date.