Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A Detroit TV news anchor is expressing mixed emotions after recovering from a two-week battle with the coronavirus that made his limbs “feel like they were made of wood.”Evrod Cassimy of WDIV-TV said he’s happy to be healthy again but haunted by survivor’s guilt.”It’s hard to celebrate and be so happy that you’re fully recovered when people are dying,” he told the Detroit Free Press.DETROIT BUS DRIVER DIES OF CORONAVIRUS AFTER POSTING VIDEO TO TAKE VIRUS SERIOUSLY“It’s like this guilt feeling,” he said. “Here in Detroit and southeast Michigan we’re getting hit really hard.There’s a good chance you, or someone you know, knows someone that has passed away or is really sick. I know at least one person who passed away overnight. I have a lot of survivor’s guilt.”The coronavirus sickened Cassimy on St. Patrick’s Day. In this April 1 photo, the interior of the TCF Center with temporary hospital rooms is seen inside the convention center in Detroit. In the decade before Michigan and its largest city became the latest hotspot for the deadly coronavirus, officials were steadily cutting back on their first line


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