The illness was supposed to last for three weeks, doctors told her.
But weeks four through six of COVID-19 were the worst for Holly MacDonald. Her low-grade fever morphed into an all-around fatigue. She began having trouble speaking.
And when she stood up, her legs and feet turned purple.
“I’d walk too far and then I’d need to be in bed for three days,” said MacDonald, who is 29 and lives in Crown Heights. She had to take administrative leave from her job at a nonprofit where she builds social-media campaigns.
A month after getting sick in early March, MacDonald was back in the ER, frustrated as she tried to convince her doctors she…
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