- A woman learnt that she was pregnant after waking up from coma
- She was put into an induced coma after being diagnosed with coronavirus
- Doctors informed her that she was expecting twins when she was woken up
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A woman recently received the surprise of her life after waking up from an induced coma. She was put into an induced coma after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
Astonished doctors informed the mother of three that she was expecting twins.
Parent24 reported that Danielle Martin from Northern Ireland developed severe flu symptoms which led her to seek medical assistance. She was diagnosed with pneumonia but further tests revealed that she had contracted the coronavirus.
Her oxygen levels had dropped severely and she had to be put into an induced coma. She spent 10 days in the coma but never expected what she was told upon waking up. Doctors had discovered that she was pregnant with twins.
Martin said she was in disbelief when she heard the good news, which was the cherry on top after successfully beating Covid-19.
“I’m recovering with plenty of rest and hoping my friends and family are doing the same.”
In other news, five medical workers, seven almajiris and a four-year-old have tested positive for coronavirus in Bauchi state.
The disclosure was made by a member of the Task Force Response Committee on COVID-19 in Bauchi, Dr Rilwanu Mohammed.
The almajiris that tested positive for the deadly disease were among the 38 that returned from Kano state.
Mohammed said that the five medical personnel include; three medical doctors, a nurse and a community health extension worker who were all working in hospitals within the state.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that tragedy struck on Sunday, April 26, when a man identified as Jide Arije died of coronavirus a day before his 60th birthday.
Friends took to social media to mourn the deceased who succumbed to the deadly disease in Lagos.
Coronavirus has claimed a lot of lives globally as the number of cases keeps increasing on a daily basis in and outside Nigeria.
One of the deceased's friends Sola Salako Ajulo wrote on Twitter on Sunday, April 26: "We just lost a friend to COVID-19 in Lagos.
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