Thales Bretas, Paulo Gustavo’s husband, talks about seclusion: ‘Saving all my energy to cure him’ | Pop & Art

Diagnosed with Covid-19, the actor has been hospitalized since March 13 at Hospital Copa Star, in Copacabana, South Zone of Rio, and was intubated on Sunday (21).

This Friday (2), his health condition worsened and the artist started to use a therapy that resembles the use of an artificial lung.

“I am living difficult days … choosing to stay in prison, without exposing pain or difficulties on the internet. I am experiencing a particular moment in my family, which I still don’t know why but in the future I hope to understand,” wrote Thales in the publication.

“And always with a lot of faith, a lot of positive thinking to have the love of my life by my side again. I apologize for the absence, for the patients who await my return, and even for the friends that I have not been able to answer. I hope you understand and continue cheering and fervently praying for the recovery of him and all who suffer from this sneaky infection. ”

Thales also shared the actor’s most recent medical report and stated: “I prefer to keep myself more collected, saving all my energy to cure him”.

Julio Marcos, Paulo Gustavo’s father, also spoke on the networks and asked for a chain of prayers for his son.

“In this moment when the whole planet is so sad, we need to leverage and raise our faith! In particular, our friend Paulo Gustavo, is facing an arduous and painful struggle! So, on this Easter Sunday, blessed, we will unite our faith, with a lot of strength and energy, at 6 pm, a very strong schedule on a very special day. ”

“Each one with his faith, religion, belief, but above all, a lot of energy! Our friend will receive, at that moment, with all of us together in prayer, a shower of blessings and the angels will help him to recover and win this very tough battle. ”

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