November 29, 2020
Health News

After dealing with COVID-19’s effects for 7 months, Ketchum woman is considered a new type of long hauler – KTVB.com

BOISE, Idaho This time last year, the term long hauler usually meant some who is a semi-truck driver. But the coronavirus has changed a lot since it began spreading across the country in March.
Now, the term perfectly describes Ashley Houston of Ketchum. She doesn’t have a commercial driver’s license but she has been dealing with the lingering effects of contracting COVID-19 for the last seven months, which why she now considered a long hauler.
In March, the working mother of two young children…

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