“The pain is worse than surgeries and childbirth” – Covid-19 survivor

“The pain is worse than surgeries and childbirth” – Covid-19 survivor

Jade and George Wyngaardt and their four small kids recouped from Covid-19 at the seafront inn turned-isolate site. They were released following 12 days at the office.

The mother who was the first in the family to start to feel sick on Saturday June 6, is a previous bosom malignant growth tolerant, who was treated for disease while pregnant in 2017. She is disappearing, yet she is additionally more helpless than most to disorder, in the wake of experiencing chemotherapy and a twofold mastectomy.

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On Tuesday evening June 8, while her family rested her side effect grabbed hold. The following day her better half woke up to find she couldn’t move, with an extreme cerebral pain, body torments and retching.

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“The agony I encountered between Tuesday night and Friday outperformed the torment of medical procedures and regular labor,” Jade said.

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After her test returned positive, George family have been moved to an isolate site at the Lagoon Beach Hotel in Milnerton, Cape Town, on Friday June 12.


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