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By Tracy Thompson
the Times 

A Walla Walla woman's experience with the coronavirus

Checking in with a friend who tested positive


Courtesy photo

Providence Hospital's Population Health program delivered a care kit to Fraser's home shortly after her diagnosis. It included a thermometer, a pulse oximeter (which checks ones blood oxygen saturation level,) and a First Aid Art Kit assembled at Carnegie Picture Lab, in Walla Walla.

East Coast born and raised, Liz Fraser of Walla Walla is known for her candor. Two weeks ago, she openly let her Facebook friends know that she had tested positive for the Coronavirus. In the post, she joked that she'd "never had a cavity until I needed a root canal...and never had the flu until I got covid (sic)..."

Since then, she's kept her Facebook friends updated with the progress of the virus and was even willing to take some time to talk with me on the phone.

Her journey from becoming symptomatic to getting herself tested for the virus was a swift one.

"In the morning on Friday, (May...

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