“Until one has it” Covid-19 is not understood, says Honduran doctor

In his opinion, in the country there will be more deaths and more infections due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which began to spread in March 2020, with a balance of at least 5,141 deaths and 206,907 infections, according to the National Risk Management System (SINAGER).

  • RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Covid-19 "is not understood until you have it," said Honduran doctor specialized in Rehabilitation and ex-Vice Minister of Health José Manuel Matheu, who along with his wife is recovering from the disease he contracted this year.

"You feel that you can't breathe, that you can't get from the house to the hospital because you are going to die; it is horrible, now I understand anyone who tells me about this, it is desperate and when you call the hospitals and they are all full, we had to live . . .

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