A recovered coronavirus patient waits to leave a rehabilitation centre in Wuhan, central China, after completing a 14-day quarantine under medical observation. Photo: Xinhua A recovered coronavirus patient waits to leave a rehabilitation centre in Wuhan, central China, after completing a 14-day quarantine under medical observation. Photo: Xinhua
A recovered coronavirus patient waits to leave a rehabilitation centre in Wuhan, central China, after completing a 14-day quarantine under medical observation. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus nightmare of China’s ‘recovered’ patients

  • Sixth in a series exploring the different experiences of Covid-19 survivors from around the world
  • Behind the statistics are stories like Adele Jiang’s, a 24-year-old university student who has repeatedly tested positive for Covid-19

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A recovered coronavirus patient waits to leave a rehabilitation centre in Wuhan, central China, after completing a 14-day quarantine under medical observation. Photo: Xinhua A recovered coronavirus patient waits to leave a rehabilitation centre in Wuhan, central China, after completing a 14-day quarantine under medical observation. Photo: Xinhua
A recovered coronavirus patient waits to leave a rehabilitation centre in Wuhan, central China, after completing a 14-day quarantine under medical observation. Photo: Xinhua
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