Janelle Griffith5h ago / 4:10 PM UTCDeborah Gatewood had two years to go before she could retire from a Detroit hospital.But Gatewood, a phlebotomist for three decades, will never celebrate that milestone. She died April 17 from symptoms related to the coronavirus.Her daughter said that prior to her mother’s death she was denied a coronavirus test four times by her employer, Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills.”They said she wasn’t severe enough and that they weren’t going to test her,” said Kaila Corrothers, Gatewood’s only child. “They told her to just go home and rest.”Read the full story here.Helena Humphrey6h ago / 3:18 PM UTCWhy so many people are experiencing weird pandemic dreamsPeople around the world may be physically separated in pandemic lockdowns, but they are joined in at least one way — many are experiencing vivid and bizarre coronavirus dreams.Nighttime visions of bugs, natural disasters and difficulties breathing are just a few of the recurring themes, traded in countless Zoom get-togethers, WhatsApp conversations and on social media, as “quarandreams” spread as quickly as the pandemic itself.Florida-based dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg, who uses psychology to interpret people’s dreams, says lockdown stress, job and relationship worries and the sudden loss of familiar comforts

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