‘Covid patients not recovered’ is a non-profit blog, created by Paola Ragnoli.
Its aim is to morally support Covid patients who have not been recovered, by sharing their stories and let them know that they are not alone, and to support a fundraising campaign for the study of Covid 19.
Everyone is welcome to share their story and information on this blog, and they must provide written consent. In the absence of written consent, it won’t be possible to publicly display the material that will be sent.
Everyone is responsible for the veridicality of their content and is required to check it after it has been published. Paola Ragnoli is not responsible for any misleading/fake/incorrect information provided by each of the people that have given written consent to publish and that are listed in the section ‘Real stories’, nor Worpress is.
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