He didn’t even sound short of breath when he was talking.
He was a very healthy 77 year old who could ride a bike 70-80 miles in one day.
They Told Him He Wasn't Going To Make It
“He was supposed to go home the next morning”
My Dad was my hero. We had just moved in together after a divorce we both went through a divorce. He developed a high fever and a couple days later thought he was feeling a little better so he went for a bike ride. He was a very healthy 77 year old who could ride a bike 70-80 miles in one day. He fell off of his bike, hit his head and was sent to the hospital. They told him he was Covid positive. He was supposed to go home the next morning. The next morning he called me and said, Lisa, they told me I wasn’t going to make it. They are taking me to the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) and would be given Remdesivir. Needless to say, I was in shock. He didn’t even sound short of breath when he was talking. He went on the ventilator and at one point was taken off the vent and he called me. He said he was doing better and would most likely go to a rehab by the end of the week. He sounded very short of breath, so much so, I told him to try not to call a bunch of people, to save his breath so he could breathe and I would update everyone. A couple hours later, he was placed back on a ventilator. He had then developed irregular heartbeat and was on drip for his heart to raise his blood pressure and he later died after 20 days. His kidneys also shut down.
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