It’s been five months since Lucy Gahan contracted Covid-19, and her life still hasn’t returned to normal.
Gahan, a clinical psychologist in Shrewsbury, United Kingdom, hasn’t been able to return to work.
The disease causes what she calls “storms,” disabling periods when she feels shortness of breath, numbness in her hands and feet and her heart rate shoots up from simple tasks. Even taking a shower is possible only during an occasional respite in symptoms.
“In May and June, I could…