July 4, 2022
In the United States, a woman recovers from Govt-19 and finds her husband dead of the virus - Mary Clary

In the United States, a woman recovers from Govt-19 and finds her husband dead of the virus – Mary Clary

In the United States, a woman was discharged from Govit-19 and found her husband dead of the virus (Photo: Reproduction / NY Post)

It was considered a happy moment, however, when it turned out to be a dream come true Lisa Stedman, 58, was discharged from the hospital after recovering from Govt-19. She was finally able to return to her home in Florida, USA. However, when she got to the place, she found her husband Ron, 55, died after being infected with the virus.

According to the publication Fox13The woman panicked when she entered the house and found her husband’s lifeless body in the couple’s bedroom. “It was like being in a horror movie and I wish I had never seen it like that because I couldn’t take that picture out of my head,” he said.

The woman said none of them had been vaccinated. He was then confirmed to have a viral infection. After the symptoms worsened, Lisa passed away and had to be hospitalized. The woman was referred to the emergency room at Winter Haven Hospital. “I thought I was going to die. I could not breathe or stop vomiting,” he recalled.

During her eight days in the hospital, her husband had a problem with the phone and had difficulty keeping up to date on his health. “He told me his phone was broken and not charging properly. Earlier in the week, I could not talk to him. So I sent the Winter Haven Police Department for a check, and they talked to my husband and he said he was fine.

Lisa continued to have problems communicating, however, and again decided that it was problems on her cell phone. But when he returned home last Wednesday (25), he discovered the tragic scene. “It was a dream. I could not take this picture out of my mind. I wish I had never met him like this,” he wished.

The woman said doctors revealed she had died of complications related to Govt-19. “He was a humble family man, friendly, ready to help anyone, and God-fearing.” Still struggling with the symptoms of the virus, he said he plans to be vaccinated next month. “Now, after being in the hospital, after talking to my doctor, when I can take it, I will do it in September,” he concluded.