Symptoms aside, dealing with anxiety the hardest part of being Covid-positive

  • Family
  • Monday, 25 Jan 2021

On days when Lee felt really ill, he worried that no one would know should his condition turn dire. Photo: Pixabay

When 27-year-old Benjamin Lee (not his real name) discovered that he was Covid positive, millions of thoughts raced through his head – ranging from valid concerns to positively irrational anxieties.

“When I got my test results from a routine office screening (staff in my office are required to go for screening periodically), I was horrified to discover that I was Covid-positive!” says Lee who works in the retail industry.

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