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For an eternity, time stood still. No matter how often he checked the clock on the opposite wall, its hands never moved. Worse, he could not lift his own. To prevent him from pulling out the tubes in his nose, mouth and hands in his delirium, Mr Raymond Koh was tied down to his hospital bed. That week in March, when he lay seriously ill with Covid-19, was the scariest of his life, he told The Straits Times. A day after the 47-year-old bank IT manager found out on March 10 that he had been infected with the coronavirus, his oxygen levels started to drop. X-rays showed patches in his lungs. His temperature was fluctuating. Doctors at Sengkang General Hospital told the father of a teenager h... Tout l'article

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