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[–]true_nexus[S] 1572 points1573 points 22 (162 children)

Dad caught COVID-19 in late December and was tested and diagnosed on January 3rd.

He got really bad (fever and hypoxia) by January 6 and needed to be admitted to hospital for treatment. He came really close (was using 95% Oxygen by January 10) to being intubated and having to hit the ICU. At his age, that would have been very risky and there was a high probability that he wouldn’t come out the other side of this.

He battled back and slowly got out of the woods until he went to a rehab facility on February 12.

Today, he was given the green light to finally go back home!!! ❤️❤️❤️

ETA: Holy cow! - Fellow Redditors - from the bottom of my heart (and my dad's too!!) I just wanted to say "thank you" for your kind words, your support, and these reward things that really shouldn't belong with my post. I was just so happy that Dad was able to recover and leave the hospital after 6 weeks I wanted to share.

I know my post said "winning" and I know there's a comment regarding use of language such as this - I am going to edit the title - but I also want to say it felt like a "win" to me - I don't mean that if I lost my dad (which I was prepared for as much as one possibly could) that somehow he "lost" or was a "loser" - this virus is a tough one for Octogenarians - most don't come out of it. One of the doctors that treated Dad had said that he was the "good news story that the entire floor of the hospital needed".... that really made me aware of just how tough this has been on all the doctors, nurses, front line staff, essential workers, etc. etc. but so much for those healthcare workers. So many people slipping through their hands that they're trying to save. So I (and Dad) are so so so so lucky.

I will do my best to keep the language used, when it comes to healthcare situations, in mind... so thank you for that <3

[–]Diluted22 649 points650 points 2 (50 children)

As someone who lost their dad to COVID in August, please give him a big hug for me. I miss mine everyday

Wish you both the best

[–]stinkybuttbuttsmell 215 points216 points  (26 children)

Dude I'm sorry. I lost mine in September and I think I've cried every day since then. Hope you're doing ok.

[–]Diluted22 81 points82 points  (17 children)

Having a hard time with it. I was at the hospital when he passed and just sometimes feels like I should have tried to convince him to want to keep fighting, but he had enough and wanted to stop life support so I went ahead and signed the paper work and let him go.

I feel so much guilt about it almost every day

[–]spinbutton 40 points41 points  (0 children)

I can only give you my 2 cents. I think you did the right thing. Please don't beat yourself up or feel guilty for doing the human, rational thing.

Last March when the pandemic really looked serious I immediately contacted the lawyers who set up my will and added in a 'do not resuscitate' order and all the paperwork my family would need to make sure I wouldn't linger when there is no quality of life and little chance of survival.

I'm glad you were able to be there when he passed. Hugs to you

[–]true_nexus[S] 34 points35 points  (0 children)

I can only provide my insight into what occurred when I lost Mom. She was in a coma after experiencing a brain aneurysm while her and Dad were on a flight down to Argentina and Venezuela for a vacation. They ended up making an emergency landing in Salvador Brazil. There she remained (with Dad) until I got down there about 2 weeks later.

We stayed a month - until she was stable enough to endure an air ambulance flight back to Toronto Canada.

She remained in a coma the whole time.

Eventually the decision had to be made. My uncle (her brother) and Dad were on the same page - remove life support and make her "comfortable". She lasted another 2 weeks (long time).

I was on the periphery of the decision making - but I still felt guilt years after the fact. I questioned many things. So, what I'm saying is, I empathize with you and what you're going through. Know that you did what you had to do and that, in that situation, for you, for your father, it was the right thing.

No one on this planet is going to fault you for that. No one on this planet will not feel some sense of sympathy with you for having to make that decision. So please, dear and kind stranger, don't beat yourself up over it. Life deals us some really crappy cards sometimes - we just have to play with the hand we are dealt at the time.

Stay well and be kind to yourself <3 <3 <3 <3

[–]duelingsith 20 points21 points  (0 children)

Another who lost her dad, here. We have a subreddit, covidgrief. Feel free to tell your story there 💛

[–]stinkybuttbuttsmell 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Very similar to my experience. I hope you were able to have a few last moments with him when he was able to understand you.

[–]xenfermo 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Hey bud, I had to go through the same thing back in November, luckily I had 3 other siblings that were on the same page after we received "that" call from his doctors. We had lost our mom a month prior who already had a serious of underlying health conditions but covid19 just pushed her over the edge but dad was an individual that never stepped inside a hospital before this other than the days we came to this world.

[–]goosebumples 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Please don’t feel guilty. You respected your father’s rights when it would mean a huge loss for you and your family, even though you were undoubtedly not ready- the level of love and understanding this took says so very much about your relationship with him.

You are the best of children, honourable and decent. Grieve him because he was worthy of a huge sacrifice, but let the guilt go.

[–]motherwarrior 2 points3 points  (0 children)

No, if it was what your dad wanted you did the right thing. Don’t beat yourself up. You honored his wishes. He was tired. I was there for both my parent’s passings about 10 years apart. I felt so honored.

[–]Joe_PM2804 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I can't blame you for feeling guilty, but you fulfilled his wish, I'm sure he lived an amazing live and be got to go in peace, at his own choice, not in pain. I'm sorry for your loss, and stay strong <33

[–]omnomnious 46 points47 points  (4 children)

I’m really sorry for your loss. Can’t imagine what you’re going through :(

[–]spinbutton 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Stinky, I'm so sorry. My deepest condolences.

[–]soulbribra 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Prayers ya’ll, Covid took my old man on January 19th. He was 75 and definitely had some good years left.

[–]tenth 21 points22 points  (1 child)

I lost mine four days ago. Only 58 years old. I thought I'd at least get another 10 with him. Now I'm just left in his wake, wondering what ever I'll do.

[–]Midwestern_Childhood 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I'm so sorry. That's so young for him--and you too. I hope you can take some comfort in the love you had for each other, even if his life was cut off way too soon. Try to live the life he'd have wanted for you, keeping his memory in your heart.

[–]cheezemeister_x 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I lost my mom on Nov 28. Not to COVID, but to another form of lung failure that ultimately caused the same symptoms and suffering as COVID does. She ended up in the ICU, and I had to make the tough decision to remove her from the ventilator. I know what you're going through. I hope for us both to find peace. It will be a while for me.

[–]omnomnious 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I’m really sorry for your loss, that must be rough as hell

[–]Rabamus 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Lost my dad at 79 on 27th January because of COVID. Went through an otherwise successful operation but caught it in hospital.

Miss him more than I can put into words. We're all in this together tho

[–]WettWednesday 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Lost my mom to covid in early june. This guy's dad is a fucking TROOPER dude. The mental aspect of being stuck alone in the hospital is a harder fight than the virus itself. Spending that much time recovering... Man. Fuck that had to be hard.

[–]spinbutton 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Diluted, I'm so sorry. That is so rough.

[–]Sarah_al94 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I miss my dad too, he died in April 😞 I’m so sorry for your loss

[–]dreamsignals86 53 points54 points  (0 children)

Glad he’s ok!

[–]DarkZero515 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Went through something similar. Dad is 70 and has asthma. Was using over 80% oxygen and was told if he got worse he might have to use ventilator.

Got him back home on the 1st through a home monitoring program and his oxygen levels are finally great. Just has to work on regaining his strength.

Congrats and cherish him since we are lucky to have more time with them

[–]VanceAstrooooooovic 30 points31 points  (10 children)

Curious, do you feel greater animosity towards antimaskers? I work in a Health Clinic and I feel like I have a lot of pent up anger over this.

[–]hapanick 19 points20 points  (0 children)

I lost one of my uncles right at the beginning and seeing people refusing to wear masks on public transport etc. makes my blood boil

[–]Glowie2k2 15 points16 points  (3 children)

Not OP but I must admit my rage has increased. Being British I would normally just tut and pull a face, now I’ll tell people off if they’re not wearing them or wearing them incorrectly

[–]jesst 7 points8 points  (0 children)

My father in law passed from covid early on. I was fucking petrified of people in the start. Like going to shops I just fucking stayed as far away from people as I humanly could. If people got too close I would freeze and not know what to do.

I’ve relaxed a lot, but I fucking hate anti maskers and dick nosers. There is a special place in hell for them.

[–]mces97 17 points18 points  (9 children)

Just keep an eye on him. Not trying to scare you but just be real. Sometimes people seem to be doing better and go down hill a month, two after. Have him talk to his doctor about possibly being on ecotrin, 84mg aspirin to prevent clots. It's pretty safe to take at that dose, if he's not already on a blood thinner or has a medical history that would be an issue for him to take aspirin. Wishing you and your father all the best.

[–]true_nexus[S] 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Thanks kindly and I will do so! <3

[–]bitchkat 7 points8 points  (3 children)

My dad tested positive on a Saturday, went into the hospital on Tuesday and died on Sunday.

[–]spinbutton 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I'm so sorry - my deepest condolences.

[–]Flatulent_Ninja 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Huzzah, congratulations! I hope everyone enjoys his homecoming!

[–]KDawG888 16 points17 points  (37 children)

not intubating him might have saved his life. glad he fought through it

[–]jedilow 33 points34 points  (21 children)

Intubation is terrible, but not having it is even worse. When I was intubated I was already on 60 liters of oxygen, and I still could barely breathe - my lungs had failed at that point. I knew I was dying and there were no other options.

After two rounds of pneumonia, crashing, and two weeks on a ventilator, I finally woke up in November (36 years old and fairly healthy going into it) and had beaten covid (though, it's still trying to get back at me with diabetes and other effects).

My dad was also intubated (before I was), miraculously we both made it.

Edit: There's one more option if the ventilator doesn't work - ECMO. It oxygenates your blood mechanically and has a fairly high survival rate (especially considering how bad you're doing at that point).

Also - in response to another post, I gave an outline of what I went through https://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/lqn48h/dad_got_released_from_hospital_today_after/goid53k?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

[–]Hipposeverywhere 19 points20 points  (15 children)

A healthy 36 year old getting that bad isn't something you hear about very often at all. I wonder how many stories there are out there that we just haven't heard yet. The wild fluctuation between who gets no symptoms, and who almost (or does) die is absolutely the scariest part of this whole thing

[–]Dauntess 18 points19 points  (0 children)

My best friend who's 35 pretty bad. She works out a lot and plays sports. Her heart rate didn't drop below 100 for a couple weeks. She was given the antibody transfusion and like the next morning she said she felt completely recovered.

[–]jedilow 7 points8 points  (2 children)

Yup. Every single person in the ICU commented on how young and healthy I was, and how it makes no sense. The endocrinologist afterwards kept saying how she's not used to people that were so lean.

[–]spinbutton 2 points3 points  (1 child)

geez, I'm so sorry! It really put you thought the wringer! It is so crazy how much variation there is in how it affects people. I'm so sorry you had the hard road.

[–]jedilow 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thanks! It's not easy now (especially because I have no memories of my body's deterioration - I lost 15 lbs being on a vent for two weeks; as they say in Babylon 5 - I have a hole in my mind), but compared to where I've been, things are amazing. Good has come from it too - we've been able to help some others with knowing what's going on with covid (my wife's a veterinarian and was in constant contact with my doctors and my dad's doctors, so she's become an expert on covid treatment).

One thing though - I didn't go through the hardest part of it, my family (and friends) did... while they were dealing with my (and my dad's) ups and downs, and not knowing if we were going to make it, I was sleeping (with some hallucinations). I had ten minutes of sheer terror (with some leadup knowing that my body was failing), followed by two weeks of sleep. My wife had the worst of it, having to think of a life without me while trying to keep up with the doctors (and helping them) with my and my dad's treatment (my dad was in a terrible hospital, which apparently my work (lawyer) had to threaten to sue because of his treatment, but amazingly he survived).

FYI - I posted what happened (without many details about when I was on the vent, which my wife ended up having 40 pages of updates on, since things swung so drastically every day) here: https://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/lqn48h/dad_got_released_from_hospital_today_after/goid53k?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

[–]KDawG888 5 points6 points  (2 children)

that.. is not true at all. if intubation would have been beneficial they would have done it for him. intubation is very rough on the body and should be avoided if possible. this guy made it through so obviously he didn't need it.

[–]jedilow 7 points8 points  (1 child)

It's beneficial as a last resort. When I was intubated I couldn't keep my oxygen saturation level at even 80% on 60L of oxygen. I would be dead right now if it wasn't for the ventilator.

[–]Sadbuddy44 4 points5 points  (14 children)

Why could intubation have made him worse?

[–]DuplexSuplex 23 points24 points  (8 children)

Worsens the cycle of inflammation in the lungs (ARDS) that covid causes.

More pressure from invasive ventilation and oxygenation means more inflammation. Think of your lungs as wet cement and a ventilator as a cement mixer.

Non invasive oxygenation is best (though bipap is bad too and has a very high failure rate. HFNC (Hi flow nasal cannula is the last stop you want to make on the oxygenation ladder)). You want to do everything you can to avoid being intubated.

Sure some people come off the vent....

But being intubated because of covid at advanced age carries an 84% mortality rate. And a younger age carries about a 50% mortality rate.




And myself. Been an ICU nurse since the start of this shit show. Seen many a dead dad, mom, son, daughter, and every other possible member of a family.

It's nice to see someone survive. Happy for you and your family OOP.

[–]murdock_RL 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Can confirm. Lost my aunt to being intubated too long:(

[–]DuplexSuplex 5 points6 points  (0 children)

May they be resting in peace. Sorry for your loss.

[–]spinbutton 1 point2 points  (0 children)

So sorry for your loss. Such a tough time for everyone.

[–]Dregoran 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I'm not a doctor, but it's my understanding that being intubated increases likelihood (by a fair bit) of developing pneumonia. This risk is further increased the longer you are intubated. I believe the largest risk is in the first 2 weeks after intubation. Unsure if there are other things that could cause issues.

[–]Sawses 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Good for him! My parents are both fairly unhealthy (though many years younger), and I do worry about them because they don't take the precautions seriously.

[–]Shitty-Hands-Derek44 2 points3 points  (0 children)

my mother got covid and nowadays shes just waiting for her taste and smell to come back. She caught a hint of garlic, chips, my dads weed, etc. so shes getting fragments of both.

[–]jhibner281 2 points3 points  (0 children)

So glad to hear this! Had almost the exact same happen to my 92 year old father in law and he made it through as well. Best of luck and Heath to you both moving forward. P

[–]Glowie2k2 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thank you for posting this, my mum is currently in ICU on the ventilator. She’s been on for just over 24 hours and responding to the treatment. I’m just glad to see positive stories as they give me hope.
Sending your dad virtual hugs from the UK

[–]dsnywife 2 points3 points  (0 children)

This virus is so scary. I’m very glad your dad “won” his fight. I lost my 95 year old dad in December of 2019. He had never been sick and still played lots of golf until he was 89. For a while during his first hospitalization he would say I’m not even 90 and I really thought he was preparing to let go. When he started saying I’m almost 90 I had hope and we had him for 5 more years. Those years are precious to me. Be happy with him. Be present. Love him with all you have. Please tell him that this random internet stranger is so happy that he is home.

[–]SassaQuinn 4 points5 points  (0 children)

So glad he's still with you💚

[–]Aum88 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Congratulations and best wishes.

Your dad is a true warrior and won the horrific battle.

[–]meganam38 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’m happy to hear he’s ok and on his way home! My dad was on the vent for over 50 days and made it home a couple weeks ago! Give your dad a hug for us!

[–]PuddleDuster 191 points192 points  (20 children)

You look strangely like Fluffy btw :)

[–]formynexttrickanvils 110 points111 points  (4 children)

I was thinking Duff from ace of cakes.

[–]noonehasthisoneyet 16 points17 points  (0 children)

yes! totally though that was him too.

[–]Gasrim 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I came here to post this.

[–]Eliasv16 14 points15 points  (1 child)

I legit thought it was him too at first!

[–]lodger238 52 points53 points  (4 children)

Really hits home for me, so nice to read this.
I lost my 89 year old mother to it last year.
My very best to all of you.

[–]true_nexus[S] 21 points22 points  (0 children)

❤️ Oh my!! I am so sorry to hear this!! My deepest condolences to you and your family on your loss 😢

[–]spinbutton 4 points5 points  (0 children)

geez Lodger, I'm so sorry. No words for how much it sucks.

[–]EmmaNovela2017 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I'm sorry for your loss. May her memory forever be a blessing to you.

[–]imasmolspoon 64 points65 points  (4 children)

nice mask! you two look super happy!

[–]true_nexus[S] 29 points30 points  (0 children)

We so are!! Thank you kindly! ❤️

[–]dr_xenon 51 points52 points  (0 children)

Now he can’t really give you the business about how “back in my day we had to...” “and I beat covid at 84!!”

When things are going rough just think “ if Dad beat covid at 84, I can do this...”

Cherish every day you have with him. You two look very lucky to have each other.

[–]idrow1 31 points32 points  (0 children)

Mine didn't make it out of the COVID wing, glad yours did. It's nice to read some good news for a change.

[–]gaoba75 7 points8 points  (0 children)

"Goddamnit it son, just take me home"

[–]MegatronRx 17 points18 points  (0 children)

He looks exhausted. Get him his favorite ice cream.

[–]Bananinio 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Why did you smoke a joint right after he left?

[–]Guillotine_Nipples 38 points39 points  (0 children)

Nice selfie! I love this sub! So many great /r/pics!

[–]Nano559 91 points92 points  (29 children)

Glad to hear your dad is doing okay! Can we all please stop using this "winning" thing though? It implies the people that died are simply losers. This goes with people dealing with cancer too, which is where I've seen these types of comments being made.

[–]Nano559 67 points68 points  (2 children)

Surviving cancer or covid isn't a choice or a reflection of mental strength.

[–]OutlanderMom 22 points23 points  (1 child)

I’ve known people whose spirits were tired and broken from fighting cancer. They gave up and then they died. It’s important that the sick one fights mentally and physically, and keep their focus on “winning”. And really, if he’s 84 and survived covid and the ventilator, he’s a winner if that’s what he wants to call himself. It doesn’t make others “losers” or “second place” if they lost the battle. Covid kills indiscriminately.

[–]personyourestalking 8 points9 points  (0 children)

This. Mental strength goes a long way when fighting illness of any kind. Our minds and our bodies are connected. I don't think it's helpful for people to be a rain cloud on someone's victory because they see a positive and think about what the negative looks like. I just want to be happy for people and celebrate for them. We've gotta stop seeing other people's joy and comparing it to our own sorrow. Live vicariously through other people's happiness instead of making them feel guilty for it. Were all in this pandemic together.

[–]JeffBuildsPC 16 points17 points  (6 children)

To be fair, I’ve personally heard people say that their loved ones lost their fight with cancer. So I think the winning/losing a battle with a sickness is fairly common and doesn’t necessarily disrespect those who passed.

[–]nigookmixbear 4 points5 points  (9 children)

I sorted by controversial to find this comment because I experience similar feelings - I am exploring these thoughts: Survival is different than fight and the battle/fight lingo is like an abstraction to conceptualize what is compromising your life. Similarly to you my mind extrapolates the winning term to imply that those who don't survive what they experienced didn't try hard enough or weren't as strong of people, when in reality circumstances are too nuanced to be paralleled from person to person. I'm sure there are internal tactics that can influence survival rate but it isn't like skilled output, more like wisdom. I don't think the person on ventilator is fighting a balrog inside of their mind with masterful movement and righteous motivation to determine their worth to the physical realm; my speculation is that being relaxed and stable is more helpful to recovery than treating it like a battlefield. How conscious are you when you're almost dying anyway? Is there a subversive impact from the hypothetical societal assessment (with respect to the strength of your fundamental being) to the recovery process? To me it seems like becoming brutally ill is more like having your village raided than participating in a war.

[–]jedilow 8 points9 points  (6 children)

From my experience (intubated for two weeks) and my dad's (intubated as well), the mental aspect did matter - it's incredibly easy to give up, especially with all of the hallucinations that you end up having and your condition when you do wake up. Sure, it's not the entire picture of why we survived, but from my perspective it was pretty significant.

[–]SecAdept 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I love that he is recovering. Congrats. Tough dad!

[–]pinetreenation 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I just feel incredibly happy for you and your family!!!

[–]BMoney8600 17 points18 points  (2 children)

I’m so happy that your dad is out of the hospital! He’s a warrior!

[–]true_nexus[S] 19 points20 points  (1 child)

At 84, he really showed me how strong he is!!

[–]BMoney8600 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I wish him more years of being an amazing father

[–]joshbka 8 points9 points  (5 children)

This is great! Get him some good food, I can’t imagine he’s had anything resembling a real meal in a while!

[–]true_nexus[S] 15 points16 points  (4 children)

He actually had said he LIKED the hospital food!! LOL

[–]microwavedave27 1 point2 points  (0 children)

He's probably like my grandpa. He eats pretty much everything, I've never heard him say he doesn't like something even when it's pretty bad.

[–]Perks508 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Holy shit that's awesome to hear bro, your dad is a fighter and I'm glad he pulled through!

[–]Tommy-1111 2 points3 points  (0 children)

God bless you Dad, keep up the good work!

[–]NotATroll0820 2 points3 points  (1 child)

COVID Nurse Manager here! Post-COVID residuals can be rough. Even after the COVID is gone, a lot of people still have issues.

My best advice is to practice deep breathing exercises, walk/move around, and get sunlight!

I wish you well, stay safe!

[–]true_nexus[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Thank you !!! Dad knows he's still got work to do - he's got a list of exercises (breathing and other wise) that he's got to do so we're looking forward to it!!

[–]Mr1onii-chan 5 points6 points  (0 children)

amazing bro!

[–]SerbianWolf1976 9 points10 points  (2 children)

That really isn't an appropriate mask for the occasion. :)

[–]Kiiopp 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yeah the shade of blue is off

[–]MattieShoes 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You look too young to have an 84 year old father :-)

[–]3rdnumeral 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Such a relief for you, him and you whole family!

[–]aontachtai 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You look like if Joe Rogan and Fluffy had a child.

[–]Freshmann2019 1 point2 points  (0 children)


[–]Glitched_Gaming95 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Life is good. 😌

[–]1920sRobot 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Your dad's awesome

[–]Ziribbit 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Tell your dad “nice job Tiger” but try not to be weird about it.👍🏻

[–]redfirearne 1 point2 points  (1 child)

That’s very nice. My grandpa passed away yesterday from COVID.

But I’m very happy for you and your dad!

[–]bipster625 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You melted my black, empty ❤️

[–]VenialAJ144 1 point2 points  (0 children)

My grandpa (89) recently had COVID and me and my family were all worried when he got admitted to the hospital since we recently just lost my grandma. But the next day the hospital called us saying that he’s good and that he tried to walk out so we should probably go get him. I swear he’s made of rubber sometimes lol

[–]gruetzhaxe 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Wear at least a fucking FFP2 with him buddy. Without a valve.

[–]sjac89 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Your dad is one tough s.o.b

[–]retro604 1 point2 points  (0 children)

RGH? I see the Canada Post box there. :)

[–]YoullDoNuthin0001 4 points5 points  (1 child)

That is what you call old man strength

[–]i_broke_wahoos_leg 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Good job dad!

[–]elmwoodblues 4 points5 points  (10 children)

Are you looking at the bill?

Jk, very glad it worked out for all of you.

[–]true_nexus[S] 31 points32 points  (9 children)

We are SOOO lucky. We are in Canada so... the bill is not really noticeable ❤️

[–]elmwoodblues 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Even better! Props, nice neighbor

[–]360walkaway 3 points4 points  (2 children)

In general, what are typical after-effects of recovering from COVID

Edit - downvoting for asking a question, ok