Jeremy Smith got sick in October 2020, but it wasn’t serious. A stuffy nose. A cough. The proverbial cold-like symptoms of a mild COVID-19 infection, and it passed within a few days.
But he never really got better. Instead, he got worse. Fatigue. Nerve pain. Blood-pressure fluctuations. A brain that fritzes out every so often, leaving him unsure where he’s supposed to be or what he’s supposed to be doing. Returning to his pre-infection job of helping surgeons in the operating room is out of the question.
‘This too shall pass away’ this famous Persian adage seems to be defeating us again and again in the case of COVID-19. Despite every effort