West Point teen responds well to new COVID-19 treatment

DTL Staff Report

Jeremiah Carter of West Point is back doing all the things a normal 17-year-old does after a recent bout with COVID-19, thanks in part to a relatively new treatment option.
Carter, a junior at Oak Hill Academy in West Point, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in January. He was taken by his mother, Nina Head, to West Point Urgent Care after suffering from headaches, body aches, fatigue and eye pain. He tested positive for COVID-19 during his visit with family practice physician Jordan Steele, D.O.
To see more about Jeremiah Carter, check out the Feb. 27-28 weekend edition of DTL.