- A COVID-19 patient from the Philippines has touched the hearts of many people
- He decided to videotape himself to show to the public how difficult his situation is
- He also managed to air an appeal to all people who are not infected with the disease
- The said patient turned emotional as he requested for prayers for him and his family
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A Filipino who tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) decided to videotape himself while inside a hospital.
KAMI learned that the said patient tried to show to the public his difficult and painful situation through a heart-stirring video.
Although the infected man had difficulty speaking because of the virus inside his body, he still managed to utter his appeal to the public.
He said that he has been fighting COVID-19 since last week and he urged people to pray for him and his family.
The patient also became really emotional as he reminded other people to take care of their bodies because it is not easy to fight the fatal virus.
“Sana naririnig niyo ako. I’ve been fighting COVID since last week. And now naka-oxygen ako. Gusto ko lang kayong paalalahanan lahat na mag-iingat kayo dahil hindi siya biro,” he quipped.
“Hirap na hirap na ako. Please pray for me and for my family also…” he added.
Watch the emotional video below:
In a previous article by , a biotechnology firm in the United States disclosed that it has antibodies to treat CVOID-19.
The novel coronavirus disease or COVID-19 continues to claim thousands of lives around the world. It has been declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a global pandemic.
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