EVERYTHING WENT DOWNHILL AFTER PATIENT WAS GIVEN REMDESIVIR
Husband States that He is Going Through “Total Hell” as He Receives More Information of What His Wife Went Through at the Hospital
I was out of town attending to my mother on her last days after her cancer shortly after the Covid vaccine. She died on September 2, 2021, and her funeral was September 9, 2021. My daughter was staying with my wife, Sherry, and both contracted Covid. My daughter got antibodies and so did Sherry at another hospital prior to going to the hospital she was killed at.
My daughter called an ambulance on September 7 to get Sherry because her oxygen level was at 80%. That was the last time she was home. I finished my mother’s funeral on Sept 9 and drove all night back to Georgia from Kansas City.
Sherry was on the high-pressure Bi-Pap mask and it was difficult to FaceTime her for a couple days. My daughter has more details as I was not informed of much from the hospital. Sherry had mental issues and could not make decisions on her own. My daughter told me after about three days that the hospital called her and she told them not to use Remdesivir. They told her that they already did when she was admitted. Everything went downhill after that. A total nightmare and I am going through total hell as I find out more information.
Most all stories are identical to what they did to her and this saddens me. This should not have happened.
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