- A woman with the Twitter name, Chychy Chukwu, has shared a touching video of herself as receives care after contracting Covid-19
- In the video, a medical officer could be seen attending to her as she writhes in pain
- On Twitter, the woman captioned the video with "God please, let this pass over me"
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A Nigerian woman with the name Chychy Chukwu has posted her video of herself receiving medical care from a coronavirus isolation centre.
Recall that some days ago, the woman narrated her ordeal with the virus and she has been finding it very difficult to breathe.
In the said Twitter post on Friday, May 8, the woman asked God to let the situation end as he said: "God please, let this pass over me!"
She could be heard coughing and groaning in pains as a health working in PPE administered some injection to her.
Watch the full video below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Abdulrazak Habib, the co-chairman of Kano state task force on Covid-19, has narrated how he recovered and what he experienced as a patient.
Habib who is a professor at the Bayero University Kano and also works at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital recovered on Thursday, May 7.
In an official statement by the health ministry, his release from the isolation centre came after he tested negative twice.
The academic said he was infected while he was working with the task force, adding that he was sick for a month and on admission for several days.
“I got infected while serving as part of the Kano State COVID-19 Task Force. I suffered a moderately severe disease with high fever, cough, mild shortness of breath, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, hypokalemia, severe weakness, and ultimately mild shock. I was sick for about one month and on admission for 20 days,” he said.
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Professor Habib also spoke about the regimen he was placed on during the time he was recuperating at the centre.
“(I was) treated with many medications, intravenous fluids, oxygen by nasal cannulae as well as steam inhalation using black seed, clove oil, ginger tea among other things. Overall I lost 7Kg in weight,” he said.
The coronavirus survivor also joined voice with other health workers to tell people that the disease is effective measures such as social distancing and lockdown are important.
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