Birmingham news Cop who nearly died of covid 'nervous' after catching it again PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Walsall commander Phil Dolby was left fighting for his life in a coma back in 2020

Birmingham news Cop who nearly died of covid 'nervous' after catching it again PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Walsall commander Phil Dolby was left fighting for his life in a coma back in 2020

Birmingham news  Cop who nearly died of covid 'nervous' after catching it again PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 11:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A top cop who fought for his life in a coma after catching covid said he was 'nervous' after catching the virus again. Chief Supt Phil Dolby, from West Midlands Police, was taken into Worcester Royal Hospital as the UK completed its first week of lockdown on March 29, 2020. The police officer remained heavily-sedated in a coma for a fortnight as colleagues and the wider public sent him a string of goodwill messages. After almost losing his life, he was finally discharged and allowed back to his family home nearly a month later in April - though he could 'barely walk' at the time. Now Mr Dolby, who is commander for the borough of Walsall, has told followers on Twitter that he has caught the virus a second time. He said: "After bacon+sos sandwich made by daughter & presents with @pinkfloyd playing on speaker (my family know me well!) I had a sore throat. READ MORE:Bromsgrove police incident ends with man arrested on suspicion of fraud "Tested positive for COVID and am isolating, destroying our holiday in a few days time and making me a bit nervous after last time." Dozens of people wished him a full recovery, with one person writing: "The nervousness is totally understandable. I know your body would be on high alert for the next few weeks, irrespective of symptoms.

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." Another said: "Can’t imagine how it must’ve felt seeing the positive result after your last experience. Hoping this time it goes easier on you." Chief Supt Phil Dolby after leaving hospital following his Covid battle last year (Image: WMP) Previously describing the heartbreaking moment he left his family home in an ambulance in 2020, he said: "I remember being in the back of an ambulance and saw the doors block out my family. That was the last time I was going to be home for three-and-a-half weeks during which I have been in and out of intensive care and in a coma where I was ventilated. "Fighting for my life supported by the NHS until I came home a couple of days ago. I was ventilated for 13 days. I came out barely able to walk or talk and the affect on my mind was huge as well as my body." Stay up to date with the very latest from your Birmingham or West Midlands street or neighbourhood with our Birmingham News Email Updates. Read More Related Articles Covid hero Birmingham hospital doctor under 'great pressure before taking own life' Read More Related Articles Police incident closes Wellington town centre street as officers swarm scene

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