Coronavirus – Malawi: Pregnant and recovering from COVID-19
August 4, 2020
Download logoNadu Morgan can now smile as she has recovered from COVID-19.
Relating her experience from her home in Nkhoma, she says at first she felt pain in her legs and thought this was due to her pregnancy and dismissed it. At the time of the infection, she was in the fourth month of her pregnancy.
However, as the pain progressed over several days, and she developed other symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath and fever, she realised it was more than just pregnancy symptoms. This wa
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