I'm immunocompromised: life won't go back to normal with Covid

“There are so many illnesses, so many chronic health conditions that people have and manage that we can't see”.
Meg Williams is a 31 year old public servant and yoga teacher.
In her mid-20s Meg was diagnosed with common variable immunodeficiency. A condition that affects her upper respiratory system, causing her to be constantly sick with strep throat, tonsillitis, gastro bugs and other respiratory illnesses.
Just before the pandemic hit in 2019, Meg started treatment which is a monthly visit to the hospital for intravenous immunoglobulin infusions - which helps her boost her immunity and minimise further illnesses.
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