A 30-year-old CORONAVIRUS patient warned people not to ignore warning signs while describing in detail his symptoms and suffering.
Matt Dockray, of Marlow in Buckinghamshire, developed a cough after participating in the League Cup final at Wembley Stadium a month ago – then he discovered that he had a collapsed lung.
The 39-year-old said his wife Mel called 999 when he “literally failed to get off the couch.” Doctors told him that one lung had collapsed while the other “was not doing well at all”.
Last week his father Mike made a tearful tear so people wouldn’t ignore the safety warnings and stay home, saying “If it can affect a 6-year-old boy with a 6-foot and 4-inch belt, then he will influence them. “.
Now Matt also spoke, telling Sky News about his ordeal praising the SSN staff who helped him recover and taught him “how to breathe again”.
Dockray described how his symptoms developed quickly not long after seeing his Aston Villa team, enduring a “real hacking cough to the point where you wanted to get sick.” He added: “Then you lose all sense of taste or smell and you have a very bad temperature. It is certainly the worst I have ever tried with anything. >>
Dockray, discharged last week, told Sky News that many other patients were “the same age as me”.
He said: “You have no family with you, you don’t know what’s going on, nobody can explain you and you can’t listen to people correctly because they speak through masks. It was very, very terrifying. ‘
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