How man survived COVID-19 despite being taken off life support machine for 7 days

How man survived COVID-19 despite being taken off life support machine for 7 days

- A Nigerian lady called Rach on Twitter said that her uncle who, everyone thought had died, as a result of COVID-19 has woken up

- Rach said he was taken off the life support machine for seven days

- The young woman said he opened his eyes without external support a few days ago

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A Nigerian lady called Rach on Twitter has shared a testimony of how her uncle who was taken off the life support machine for seven days regained consciousness.

A few days ago, the young lady had taken to her page to mourn her uncle. According to her, she can't believe that she lost him to the deadly coronavirus disease.

Praying that his soul rests in peace, Rach also noted that she could not wait for all the evil in the world to go away.

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According to her, 2020 has been 'one hell of a year.'

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Twitter user Rach

Lady shares testimony of uncle who woke up despite being taken off life support. Source: @BlacSilhouttee
Source: Twitter

Amazingly, Rach went back to her previous tweet and quoted it with a shocking testimony of how her uncle did not die.

She shared how he was taken off life support because he was not responding to treatment anymore. Surprisingly, he opened his eyes on Wednesday, July 22, and he is still breathing.

Rach noted that he hasn't spoken yet but her family is believing and praying that he would talk.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a medical doctor revealed how he tested negative for coronavirus.

The doctor who was identified as Amade Emmanuel shared his testimony in church, saying he tested negative for coronavirus after a pastor prayed for him.

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In a video on Twitter, Emmanuel said he was part of the first medical personnel that had contact with the first case of coronavirus in Nigeria.

He said that after the first case was confirmed to be positive, he was sad and called his sister-in-law who later called her pastor.

Emmanuel said the pastor prayed for him and administered the holy communion, after which the World Health Organisation took their samples and confirmed that they were all negative.

He said the pastor reminded him of how one of the church members that had contact with someone who had Ebola was prayed for and did not get infected.

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