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She got her COVID-19 miracle, surviving 3 weeks in a coma. Then came the hard part.

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When Karla Taylor-Bauman went home after 54 days in hospitals, including 21 days on a ventilator in an induced coma, she called her survival from coronavirus a miracle. But miracles don’t come easy, the Lake Villa woman has found.
Four months later, she isn’t fully back to normal. She tires easily, can’t climb more than a handful of stairs and, still needing continued care, hasn’t been able to go back to her job as a financial adviser. Now, she’s facing foreclosure. Stefano Esposito has the story…
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