Report from Andrew Fletcher
A student occupational therapist who almost died after contracting coronavirus says her experience shows the importance of young people getting vaccinated.
Daniella Taylor, 26, tested positive for the virus in October of last year before vaccinations were available.
Although she had previously been in good health, her condition rapidly deteriorated and doctors twice put her on a ventilator in an induced coma.
Daniella sent goodbye messages to friends and family, knowing she might not survive: "I think it's something that will always stay with me.
"Having to say to your loved ones 'goodbye', it's something no-one should have to go through until later on in life.'"
Over 12 months on, Daniella still suffers breathlessness, post traumatic stress disorder and reduced mobility.
She is now warning others to do all they can to protect themselves from the virus: ''You know the vaccine, you've got to trust it. It's there for a reason and it's there to protect.
''You just don't want to go through what I went through because I'm suffering physically and mentally as a result.''
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