Yudi’s mother says she saw death up close when she was hospitalized with covid-19

Yudi’s mother says she saw death up close when she was hospitalized with covid-19
Yudi’s mother says she saw death up close when she was hospitalized with covid-19
Tânia Tamashiro, Yudi’s mother, was discharged from the hospital on Sunday (28) after hospitalization because of the covid-19. On her son’s Instagram, she made a long outburst and warned followers about the risks of the virus.

“I made a point of making a video saying that I won the covid-19. I have to say a strong testimony of my life, because people are experiencing this moment of pandemic, of suffering, of pain.”

Then, Tânia says that people cannot measure and imagine what the coronavirus is for each human being. “Each one feels differently. My son already had it, he got sick and ended up in the hospital.”

“We don’t divulge it. But he was sick, he was isolated. Each person has a way of feeling. My daughter, twenty-four years old, had asymptomatic. She didn’t feel anything”, she adds.

Unfortunately, my husband, my Nelson, is in the ICU until now intubated. Living only on the machines. It gave him another way, he had a cardiac arrest, a kidney arrest. “

On Monday (29), the former children’s presenter asked for prayers for his father, who is still intubated in the ICU because of his treatment against the coronavirus.

“The fight is not over yet. Pray for the life of my father, Nelson Kiyomitsu, who is in serious condition. But I believe that God will perform a miracle and his name will be glorified,” wrote Yudi Tamashiro on social media.

Tânia completes her testimony by talking about her husband’s situation. “It gave me a cardiac arrest, a kidney arrest. It gave me more strength. I am a witness to what covid-19 is like in a person’s body.”

I spent twelve days in the hospital watching death closely. It is very sad to have something walking inside your body without knowing how to explain what it is. “

“People ask what you are feeling and you cannot say. You have no breath to say what the pain is, what you feel. The biggest thing is the dread. The dread of the unknown”, he adds.

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