'Still glad to be alive': Columbus woman still battling effects from COVID-19 after recovery

(Courtesy: Denise Daley)

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Denise Daley spent 11 days in the hospital, fighting for her life. She is home and feeling much better now, but she says there are still lingering effects from the coronavirus.

“Still glad to be alive,” she exclaimed.

2020年欧预赛赛程As someone who worked in the health care field, Daley took all the precautions she thought to keep her from contracting COVID-19. Yet in April, she tested positive.

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2020年欧预赛赛程She says she has taken a follow-up test, and that came back negative. She still has lingering effects from the virus.

“I am having some kind of residual types of effects with my heart. I've been having some palpitations, some racing heart action going on,” she explained.

She is taking it one step at a time.

“In the recovery stage, it's almost like crawling until you can walk, until you can run,” Daley described the struggle.

She's hoping everyone still take precautions, and doesn't have to fight to recover the way she did.

2020年欧预赛赛程“Just encouraging others who are going through this, you can come through this. Not everybody dies. It is a fight,” she said.

2020年欧预赛赛程Daley has signed up and is going through the application process to donate her convalescent plasma to help others.

Coronavirus: What you need to know

There are now 34,639 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio2020年欧预赛赛程; 2,117 people have died from the virus and 6,264 were hospitalized, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

For most people, the virus causes mild or moderate symptoms that clear up in a couple of weeks. Older adults and people with existing health problems are at higher risk of more severe illness, including pneumonia, or death.

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