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  • along with the worry.

  • One of the hardest things for family members of Cove in 19 patients is the isolation.

  • Absolutely no one is allowed in hospitals, so any loving family contact has to be done.

  • Virtually another mask on top of this with a face shield.

  • This cove in 19 Survivor is proving there's hope for all victims of the pandemic whole.

  • Saunders is a doctor, and he's now returning to work on the front lines at My Monitors Medical Center in Brooklyn.

  • One of the most difficult things is not being able to be, you know, at work, helping out my colleagues and helping out our team on you.

  • Feel like you're letting people down by not being at work and not contributing.

  • So, uh, I was actually very lucky, very lucky to recover quickly and happy.

  • Really.

  • Get back into the hospital, Get back to work.

  • Former marathon runner David Lat is also inspiring hope.

  • He spent six agonizing days on a ventilator but is now recovering.

  • I had great care by great doctors and nurses, and I had a lot of support from family and friends.

  • Latte was able to speak with Inside Edition for just a few minutes because he remains exhausted from his ordeal.

  • What was it like being on a ventilator?

  • I actually don't really remember it.

  • It was like six days carved out of my life, all right?

along with the worry.


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馬拉松跑者大衛-拉特談呼吸機上的生活 (Marathon Runner David Lat Talks Life On a Ventilator)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日