Coronavirus: 25-year-old patient tells people to stay indoors

Coronavirus: 25-year-old patient tells people to stay indoors

- Calum Wishart is a 25-year-old man who is down with the deadly coronavirus

- The young man has warned people to stay inside, saying the pandemic should be taken seriously

- Calum says no business or need for going out other than food or medical reasons is more important than avoiding being infected with coronavirus

Calum Wishart, a 25-year-old man who tested positive for coronavirus, has warned Scottish people to stay indoors instead of contracting the deadly disease.

Wishart is in the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after suffering the ‘most horrendous week of his life’ with symptoms including fever, coughing fits, vomiting and diarrhea, Edinburgh News reports. gathers that the young man warned people to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously and not to go out for non-essential things.

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Calum Wishart. Photo credit: Edinburgh News
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He said: “Everyone needs to do their part and start taking this seriously. I don’t care how boring you think self-isolation is, I can guarantee it’s a million times better than this."

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His family is relieved that his symptoms have not got any worse.

Calum posted on Facebook: “The reason I’m posting this is that I’m still seeing people go out for non-essential reasons and people going to non-essential work.

“No business or reason for going out other than food or for medical reasons is more important than [avoiding] this experience."

He said he would not have survived without the oxygen that the hospital gave him.

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In other news, a healthcare worker in New York City identified as Prakriti Gaba has shared a heart-wrenching experience health workers are having with patients of coronavirus.

Prakriti, who took to Twitter to share the experience, said she cared for 20 patients who were all on breathing machines due to the deadly disease.

She said all the patients in a hospital in New York City are extremely sick and sicker patients keep flooding in.

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According to her, the hospital is feeling the strain because it does not have enough ICU.

She said: "Many patients are being intubated as soon as they show up to the Emergency Room. We are doing our best to take care of them on regular floor beds and in the ER itself. But it is HARD..." ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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