In early July, the UK police reported a “serious incident” in the UK’s Amesbury, in which Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley were believed to have handled an item allegedly contaminated with the same military-grade nerve agent which was ostensibly used in an attack on the Skripals in neighbouring Salisbury in March.
In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Charlie Rowley, who was allegedly poisoned with the Novichok nerve agent in the UK town of Amesbury in July, expressed serious concern about his health, fearing that he may die within a decade.
“I may be out of hospital but I don’t feel safe. I’m terrified about the future. Doctors simply don’t know what the long-term effects could be. The worst thing has been the fear over my sight. I’m struggling to see properly and to walk,” the 45-year-old said.
He bemoaned his allegedly being just one of a handful in the world to have survived Novichok, something that Rowley admitted makes him “feel like a Guinea pig” because he does not know “what’s going to happen from one day to the next.”
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“I’m still worried the Novichok could kill me if I get any sort of virus again – it’s on my mind all the time. I’m dreading getting a cold. When I got out of hospital the first time I was pleased. But it may have been too soon because a few weeks later I was back – blind and unable to use…