A COVID-19 patient is grateful for the healthcare workers who cared for him. They helped him recover and nursed him back to health. He said he ‘felt God’s love’ through them.
Nic Brown is from Ohio. He battled the coronavirus for 18 days in the hospital, seven of which he was on a ventilator. In an interview with “Fox & Friends” Nic said he now feels great. He was discharged from the hospital weeks ago. But he developed a blood clot in his leg, a result from being in the hospital bed for many days.
Brown suffered from severe case of the coronavirus. He decided to go and receive treatment after five days of having fevers and headaches.
Healthcare workers are instruments of God’s love
After the doctors admitted him to the hospital, Brown communicated with the healthcare workers by putting messages on his room’s glass window. The window has been “the most impactful window” in Brown’s life. “On days when I watched you work hard to keep me and others alive unable to thank you for the time that you poured into me,” he told the healthcare workers.
“[Healthcare workers] are amazing people in a situation where you’re in isolation and you have no contact with your family. Those nurses treated me like they were my family,” he recalled.
“It was unbelievable, the care and the kindness that hey showed me. I really felt God’s love through those people and they were amazing. I cannot say that enough,” he added.
Brown has remained in contact with one healthcare worker who he said visited him and gave him a card and cookies.
“I told my wife I would love to someday maybe take all of them out to a dinner just to show them my appreciation,” he said.
Watch the full interview of Nic Brown with Fox & Friends below.
Reference: Fox News