‘I often get sepsis, if I get Covid my days are numbered’ Feb. 25, 2022

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Our guests were all told to shield at the start of the pandemic. Gareth has Crohn's disease and receives nutrition through a line in his chest leaving him open to sepsis. George struggles with respiratory infections due to Muscular dystrophy. And Keiligh, with a kind of leukaemia, takes meds that suppress her immune system. Now, as the prime minister lifts restrictions for everyone, they recall their two years of isolation and consider a future living with the virus. Produced by Keiligh Baker and Emma Tracey. Tell your smart speaker "Ask the BBC for Ouch" and subscribe to us on BBC …



Our guests were all told to shield at the start of the pandemic. Gareth has Crohn's disease and receives nutrition through a line in his chest leaving him open to sepsis. George struggles with respiratory infections due to Muscular dystrophy. And Keiligh, with a kind of leukaemia, takes meds that suppress her immune system. Now, as the prime minister lifts restrictions for everyone, they recall their two years of isolation and consider a future living with the virus. Produced by Keiligh Baker and Emma Tracey. Tell your smart speaker "Ask the BBC for Ouch" and subscribe to us on BBC Sounds to get the latest podcast.