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I thought we were mostly past our COVID symptoms, Ogden, UT, USA

April 9, 2020 12:00 PM

Ogden, Utah, United States

I thought we were mostly past our COVID symptoms, Ogden, UT, USA

I thought we were mostly past our COVID-19 symptoms. My son 8 told me before bed it felt hard to breath but he did not have pain. A bit later he said he had sharp chest pain. Minor symptoms without the aura of fear around this disease. My son slept well last night and sleeps now

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