Eastern Cape woman beats Covid-19 after weeks in coma

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Using her doctor’s phone to tell her husband that she loved him is the last thing an Eastern Cape woman — now living in England — remembers before she was ventilated and placed in an induced coma after becoming gravely ill with Covid-19.

Described by medical professionals at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, as a “walking miracle”, Sally Ann Hodson, the sister of former England Test cricket captain Tony Greig, was given a mere 20% chance of survival...

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