Recovery from COVID-19 leaves patient grateful for another chance at life

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Kaiser and wife, Blake, who is pregnant with the couple’s second child, sit in Nathaniel’s room at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Montana.

Nathaniel Kaiser puts on his shoes before heading to the gym at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Montana on Wednesday in Billings.

EMILY SCHABACKER

For people who catch COVID-19, one thing health care workers know is that it affects everyone differently. 

When Nathaniel and Blake Kaiser were hit with COVID, the virus took a vicious hold of hearty and healthy Nathaniel, 32, leading him right up to death’s doorstep with two intubations.

Nathaniel and Blake, who is halfway through her second pregnancy, came down with COVID in late June. Initially, they chalked their symptoms up to a head cold passed to them from their 14-month old

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