An employee draws up a syringe and a container with the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine, in Schwaz, Austria.
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Sheri Paulson had trouble getting out of bed months after her Covid-19 diagnosis.
The 53-year-old North Dakota resident and her family fell ill with the disease after attending a wedding in August. Paulson, an endurance athlete who runs a farm outside Fargo, would later suffer from fatigue, brain fog and an elevated heart rate that led doctors to advise her to stop exercising and attend cardiac rehab.
It wasn’t until about five days after she got her first Pfizer shot in February that she began to feel better.
“All of a sudden, I wasn’t taking naps after…