Harlem woman’s extreme battle with COVID

Natasha Dyce
By Ariama C. Long

One Harlem woman recounts her harrowing experience with her bout of COVID-19 last year, warning others against the real dangers of the virus if they don’t consider getting vaccinated.

Natasha Dyce, a dedicated public servant at the PACT Renaissance Collaborative, spent nearly 50 days in the hospital after getting COVID. She suffered from failing organs and daily hallucinations, and then through rehabilitation, finally returned to work renovating apartments for New York City Housing Authority residents this year.

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