Georgia Mooney is still experiencing chest pain and shortness of breath four months after being diagnosed with COVID-19.(Supplied: Georgia Mooney)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelWhen Georgia Mooney was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March after returning from the UK, she was not too concerned.Key points:Georgia Mooney, 31, is still experiencing coronavirus symptoms four months after first being diagnosedMirabai Nicholson-McKellar is in her 30s and also still having coronavirus symptoms four months onStudies into the long-term impact of COVID-19 on patients are being carried out around the world"Given that I'm 31 and otherwise healthy, I sort of had the attitude that, 'oh, this will be fine, it will probably be just a couple of weeks of feeling sick and then I'll be reasonably back to normal'," she told 7.30.The singer-songwriter was very wrong.She is among the group of COVID-19 patients who experience a drawn out and distressing recovery period with unpredictable, lingering symptoms.Doctors still cannot tell her why, or what to expect next.Ms Mooney had planned to spend 2020 overseas furthering her solo career, but she has moved back in with her parents in suburban Sydney to recover. Georgia Mooney at a music awards event in London.(Supplied: Georgia Mooney)"If I knew then what I know now about the virus, I would be really scared," she said."I'm glad in a way, although that sounds a bit crazy, I'm glad I was a bit ignorant at the start otherwise I probably would have spiralled in terms of my mental health a bit more."Ms Mooney said she had "the full gamut of symptoms: fevers, night sweats, fatigue, aching muscles,
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