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Scots mum who lost use of legs diagnosed with malaria after panicked supermarket call to husband

Aberdeen, contracted it while living in Liberia, West Africa, with her husband and three children in 2019. Now two years on, she regularly loses the use of her legs and struggles with daily tasks such as food shopping, preparing meals and playing with her children, saying she feels like a "different, weaker version of herself".

The family returned home to the north-east earlier this month, and Hannah is encouraging others to be vigilant about the disease as coronavirus restrictions ease and people start to travel.

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