CNN’ UK”s. Richard Quest got Covid-19 two months ago. He is still discovering new areas of damage

The cough has come back, without warning and seemingly for no reason; so has the fatigue. True, neither are as debilitating as when I had the actual virus, but they are back.

Like many others, I am now coming to realize that I am living and suffering from the long tail of Covid-19.
I got infected back in mid-April. The onset of symptoms came quickly. I suddenly noticed I was feeling very tired and I had a new cough. I got tested and the morning after I received a phone call from the medical center, I had tested positive for coronavirus.
The virus is like a tornado. When it lands, it swirls through the body, causing chaos, confusion, coughs, wreaking damage to each organ it touches. Some won’t survive its visit. For those that do, when it has gone, one surveys the damage to the human landscape and realizes it’s much greater than first thought. My symptoms were on the milder side: I never had breathing difficulties, or loss of sense or smell. I was wiped-out tired and I always had “the cough,” which has now returned.

www.gwinnettdailypost.com/features/health/i-got-covid-19-two-months-ago-im-still-discovering-new-areas-of-damage-/article_5db457f4-f714-5b8f-8738-ea38420ed2f3.html

Article about what people are terming ‘long covid’

Also piece about it on BBC news today

www.theguardian.com/science/audio/2020/jul/07/covid-19-why-are-people-suffering-long-term-symptoms-podcast

h/t Goneviral