3 years after start of pandemic, COVID-19’s effects linger for some Sask. families – CBC

2 Saskatoon women talk about COVID’s impact on adult and youth health

Mar 22, 2023

Three years after the COVID-19 pandemic forced people in Saskatchewan, and around the world, home from work and school, the aftershocks are still rippling through people’s lives.

Some in the province are still struggling with symptoms from long COVID and trying to come to terms with the loss of time, or people, to the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.

Others worry that the pandemic has affected their children’s development.

Darian Bradley’s son was born with a breathing condition called laryngomalacia in January 2020, shortly before the pandemic closed much of the world down.

The Saskatoon mother said the ensuing isolation has impacted her son’s ability to socialize and speak.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/covid-long-term-long-haul-covid-kids-1.6787456

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