‘More insidious than people realize’: Thousands of younger Alaskans got sick with COVID-19. And they continue to drive up case counts.
For nine days, Toby Germany felt miserable. She couldn’t concentrate. Her body ached. She was short of breath. And Tylenol wasn’t doing much of anything, save for maybe reducing her fever, said the 31-year-old University of Alaska Fairbanks nursing student. “Like most bad things, you’re like, ‘Oh, I read about that in the news, but it won’t happen to me.’