Thursday, November 26, 2020

Anti-masker who caught Covid had ‘worst two weeks’

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A person who refused to put on a masks to guard himself from Covid-19 after believing faux theories in regards to the illness has stated battling the virus was “the worst two weeks of my life”.Trevor Jones from Bolton stated he initially listened to those that informed him coronavirus was “man flu” or linked to the 5G community, however turned gravely in poor health after testing optimistic in September.He obtained important care in hospital and “lost a stone and a half in 12 days”.He stated his expertise had modified his views on the virus and hoped it will assist alter the attitudes of others too.Why not observe BBC North West on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram? You may also ship story concepts to northwest.newsonline@bbc.co.uk

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