Global Statistics

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41,570,428
Confirmed
Updated on October 22, 2020 11:25 am
All countries
30,471,697
Recovered
Updated on October 22, 2020 11:25 am
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1,137,693
Deaths
Updated on October 22, 2020 11:25 am

Global Statistics

All countries
41,570,428
Confirmed
Updated on October 22, 2020 11:25 am
All countries
30,471,697
Recovered
Updated on October 22, 2020 11:25 am
All countries
1,137,693
Deaths
Updated on October 22, 2020 11:25 am

Ohio lady battling COVID-19 is sedated, unaware she gave birth

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Ohio woman fighting COVID-19 is sedated, unaware she delivered

Megan’s hubby Donny lastly held the baby three days after it was born, but the family can’t see her in the healthcare facility, or check out each other to cope together.Kacie states, “Never in a million years would we have actually believed our 27- year-old sibling would be contaminated with this virus and practically lose her life.” Megan and Donny’s boy still hasn’t been offered a name as they wait and hope for Megan’s healing. Shaun states Megan’s daughter asks for mommy a lot right now, but is having enjoyable with her daddy.

On Tuesday night, Megan Sites remained sedated and on a ventilator. Shaun’s sis Megan was healthy, a non-smoker, and a nurse.

She was also pregnant. Her baby is succeeding, but she’s still defending her life.

Kacie states, “She doesn’t understand that she had her baby, and her baby was delivered at 29 weeks.”

Megan’s signs started slow: a cold and a fever, pains and discomforts, and what seemed like a sinus infection or cold. Since she was 7 months pregnant, she was tested for the coronavirus.

Shaun Jeffries says in just “24 hours’ time, the method it advanced, it was mean. That’s the only way to put it: it was a mean infection.”

Megan worked as a nurse. Shaun states she knew what she was up against as she went to the healthcare facility. “She was sobbing to my mama, saying she does not want to pass away. That best there informs you she knew enough and what she was going through.”

But her condition quickly worsened in the health center. Kacie says, “Her lungs were just stopping working. In order to save her and her child, they needed to do an emergency C-section.”

Megan was sedated, then placed on what’s called an ECMO machine. The extracorporeal membrane oxygenation device does the work of the heart and lungs, oxygenating the blood by pumping it out of the body, through a synthetic lung, then back in. Shaun states, “Already they’re saying that’s the last thing. That’s the last thing we can try and do.”

Megan improved somewhat. She’s now on a ventilator. The child was checked two times for coronavirus and was unfavorable each time. He’s now in the NICU. Megan’s husband Donny finally held the baby 3 days after it was born, however the household can’t see her in the health center, or visit each other to cope together.

Kacie says, “Never ever in a million years would we have actually thought our 27- year-old sister would be infected with this virus and nearly lose her life. Individuals have got to take this seriously.”

Megan and Donny’s kid still hasn’t been offered a name as they wait and wish for Megan’s recovery. Shaun states Megan’s daughter asks for mommy a lot right now, but is having fun with her daddy. Online: https://bit.ly/2XDsSDz

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