COVID-19 Stories

The global COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives and livelihoods of individuals and families across the state of North Dakota and throughout the world. If you have lost a loved one or you yourself have suffered from COVID-19, please take a moment to connect with others and share your personal experience.

She did not yet have the vaccine and that was one regret she had before her last hospital stay.

I am a retired Paramedic that had been COVID-19 free up until Nov. 27th when I felt a dry cough come on.

I suffered immensely with coughing and wheezing the first two weekends, I honestly thought I was going to die

My dad died from COVID-19 on October 25, 2020.

First let me say I was fully vaccinated as soon as possible because I have asthma and I am 63.

I suffer from shortness of breath, no taste, and no smell. I still have some cough and my voice hasn’t completely come back.

I have a brother that does work with vent patients in Fargo and has seen many people pass from COVID. I can’t imagine working in a respiratory field.

I cannot seem to function MOST of the time. Periodic low fevers, confusion, ringing in my ears, chest pains, muscle pain, brain on fire, face and chest compression muscle spasms, can’t remember, cannot multitask, swollen glands, swelling in the back of my neck, fatigue, bad ticks, cannot get my words right, cannot organize, eyes not working right, dry mouth, teeth hurt, muscle spasms, smell off, taste nothing, hard time remembering how to spell.

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