Rebecca Shabad3h ago / 10:43 AM UTCSen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said Sunday that it can be very lonely living with COVID-19, which her husband tested positive for and is self-isolating in their Washington, D.C., apartment. “This is a disease like no other,” Klobuchar told MSNBC’s “Kasie DC.” “It’s a very lonely disease. It’s lonely in the ramp-up, it’s lonely if you get really sick and it is lonely afterward, because you really can’t go out there until you know are you not contagious.”She said that she was staying in a Senate colleague’s apartment until her husband, John Bessler, gets the green light from doctors to make sure he can’t spread the disease to others.”I hope my husband’s story will be helpful for many is that he is only 52. He’s really healthy. We have no idea how he got it and he ended up in the hospital with severe pneumonia,” she said. “He had been coughing up blood, he was there for a few days, turned the corner and is now home.”Lidia Sirna, Hernan Muñoz Ratto and Yuliya Talmazan3h ago / 10:42 AM UTCMedical workers in Spain and Italy ‘overloaded’ as more of them catch coronavirusDoctors, nurses and other medical workers on‌ ‌the‌ ‌front

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