caro120 this was published in The Sun:
Dominic Cummings' wife gave a detailed account of the family's coronavirus ordeal in her Spectator column - but failed to mention that they had broken lockdown.Journalist Mary Wakefield revealed that No10 chief Mr Cummings, 48, spent 10 days bedridden after "collapsing" and having "spasms".In the article, Wakfield said her husband was nursed by their young son - despite new claims the family had travelled to Durham for child care.She said: "My husband did rush home to look after me."He’s an extremely kind man, whatever people assume to the contrary."But 24 hours later, he said, ‘I feel weird’ and collapsed."I felt breathless, sometimes achy, but Dom couldn’t get out of bed."Day in, day out for ten days he lay doggo with a high fever and spasms that made the muscles lump and twitch in his legs. He could breathe, but only in a limited, shallow way."
Wakefield said she believed for a time her husband could require ventilation."The little oxygen reader we’d bought on Amazon indicated that he should be in hospital, but his lips weren’t blue and he could talk in full sentences," she wrote.She also appears to have suggested the family remained at their London home for the duration of the illness, writing: "After the uncertainty of the bug itself, we emerged from quarantine into the almost comical uncertainty of London lockdown."
Cummings went into isolation at the end of March, and yet on 30th March he was in Durham, and on 5th April he was in a garden in Durham with his son, despite, according to his wife supposedly “lay doggo with a high fever and spasms”.
Somebody hasn’t got their ducks in a row.