Kiwi nanny struck down by Covid-19 in London has lungs of 20-year smoker

Nanny who babysat a billionaire's child and travelled the world catches Covid-19 and reveals virus has left her lungs looking like a 20-year-smoker and she needs to sleep 12 hours a day Helena Power struck down by Covid-19 while staying in London in December Virus initially caused fatigue, shortness of breath and loss of taste and smell Though in just 14 days Covid-19 left her with the lungs of a 20-year smoker  Ms Power is now living with an uncle and will go to New Zealand in February 

By Aidan Wondracz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:29 GMT, 24 January 2021 | Updated: 04:29 GMT, 24 January 2021

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A Kiwi nanny who travelled around the world now has the lungs of a 20-year-smoker and spends half-a-day sleeping after she contracted Covid-19. 

Helena Power has been hospitalised twice and now suffers from breathing difficulties that are so severe she is confined to her London apartment since December.

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Ms Power left Auckland, to look after a billionaire's child in London at the start of 2020, New Zealand Herald reported.

Helena Power has been hospitalised twice and now suffers from breathing difficulties that are so severe she has been confined to her London apartment, in the United Kingdom, since December

Helena Power has been hospitalised twice and now suffers from breathing difficulties that are so severe she has been confined to her London apartment, in the United Kingdom, since December

She spent much of the year jetting around Ibiza, Switzerland, and Australia before returning to London.

The 26-year-old found a nanny

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