The city’s paramedics say a rise in the number of seriously ill COVID-19 patients they are treating is bringing back disturbing memories of the height of the pandemic in New York last spring.

“We’re seeing more young people complaining of fever and cough and having trouble breathing,” a paramedic assigned to the FDNY Emergency Medical Services based in East New York, Brooklyn, told the Post.

The paramedic said there was a confirmed COVID cardiac arrest fatality reported recently on the emergency scanner– something that was a common occurrence during the peak of the pandemic in March and April.

Enlarge Image Christopher Sadowski The city’s paramedics say a rise in the number of seriously ill COVID-19 patients they are treating is bringing back disturbing memories of the height of the pandemic in New York last spring.

“We’re seeing more young people complaining of fever and cough and having trouble […]

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