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Virus opened on email; computer okay, email not working

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I opened an email attachement from my doctor which turned out to be a virus of some sort. It didn't do anything at the time, but a couple of days later, I had passed the email along to everyone in my contacts list. I ran a virus scan on the computer which came up clean, but now I am not able to send or receive any mail on my gmail account which was used to open the attachment, using any of my devices. It is showing that someone from another country logged in to my account 13 hours ago. I have since changed my password, deactivated any trusted computers and now require a text to my phone to be able to log in to the account. I am still unable to send or receive. Any advice on what I should do? Does this mean that they are being intercepted as they aren't bouncing back to me or the sender. Thank you for your help.

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