From The Medical Republic, 16 September 2020 *:
Since arriving back in Australia aboard a COVID-19-laden flight from the United Kingdom in late March, there have been several moments when I was convinced we had picked up COVID-19 on the way.
During the two weeks we remained in strict quarantine at home, my sense of taste and smell were altered and I experienced a persistent headache. For months afterwards, my family and I had very mild stuffy noses, and I suffered with a deep weariness that felt like it went beyond the usual work-induced exhaustion. Read more.
* This piece was awarded the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia Media Award in 2021.