My Battle With Covid-19

In middle January of this year I started feeling sick. I had a hard cough and couldn’t breathe. I would blow my nose and nothing would come out, other times, I would get nothing but blood with infection behind it. My urine was dark brown and I was fatigued. I had night sweats and all I wanted to do was sleep. I woke up one morning and my bed and sheets were soaking wet. I had just recently been released from jail so my exposure came from one of the inmates. I think my cell mate had it and wouldn’t get checked by the nurse or the doctor for covid because he didn’t want to leave the protective custody pod.

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Lawrence Edward Hinchee

Lawrence Edward Hinchee

I am a published author. Book Titled Silent Cries A Memoir. I am a writer, photographer and author. I write under the pen name Brent Seheult. I also read a lot