O.C. woman wasn't vaccinated against COVID-19. After 6 months in the hospital, her outlook changed

O.C. woman wasn't vaccinated against COVID-19. After 6 months in the hospital, her outlook changed

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1/15/2022 8:20:00 PM

O.C. woman wasn't vaccinated against COVID-19. After 6 months in the hospital, her outlook changed

Wynter Ho said she got her vaccine as soon as she was discharged after battling a severe case that had her on a ventilator.

PrintAt first Wynter Ho thought it was the flu. Her head throbbed and she had trouble breathing.The 26-year-old struggled walking up and down the stairs of her townhouse. She had grown up with asthma, but it never felt this severe.It wasn’t until her mother told her a family friend she visited had caught the coronavirus that Ho realized she might have been infected. Ho had spent the entire weekend with her mother, and she was unvaccinated.

A trip to a testing site confirmed her suspicion that day in July.AdvertisementShe was soon admitted to Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, where she would spend six months fighting to survive. She was released last week.Emergency rooms nearing ‘crisis levels’ in parts of California as Omicron surges

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“Ho said she got vaccinated first thing afterward. Now she’s urging her community, especially young adults, to do the same.” “Get vaccinated even if you feel you don’t go out too much,” she said. “You just never know. Better be safe than sorry.” Better late than in the coffin! What's her medical bill would be, or we tax payers picking the tab?

Too many people think their immune system is stronger than a horrific virus that their body has never encountered before. *No one* knows how much virus they might inhale or how their body will react to any of the variants of this coronavirus. GetVaccinated WearAMask properly Of course it did. Unvaxed folks should stay true to their ‘natural immunity’ belief till the end. Stay at home if can’t breathe, can’t smell or whatever. Don’t go hospital to seek help. Stay at home. This will help prevent congestion at hospitals. 🙏

maybe some balance... perhaps a story about the millions of people that were not jabbed, got Covid, and came out ok. really sucks for her though.

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Copied! Print At first Wynter Ho thought it was the flu. Her head throbbed and she had trouble breathing. The 26-year-old struggled walking up and down the stairs of her townhouse. She had grown up with asthma, but it never felt this severe. It wasn’t until her mother told her a family friend she visited had caught the coronavirus that Ho realized she might have been infected. Ho had spent the entire weekend with her mother, and she was unvaccinated. A trip to a testing site confirmed her suspicion that day in July. Advertisement She was soon admitted to Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, where she would spend six months fighting to survive. She was released last week. Emergency rooms nearing ‘crisis levels’ in parts of California as Omicron surges Officials are forecasting weeks of strain in hospitals even as there are glimmers of hope the Omicron wave may soon peak in the northern part of the state. Ho said her “nerves [were] out the roof” as she first was moved from room to room at the hospital. “I was pretty miserable,” she said. Her family tried to keep her spirits high by dropping off her favorite food and treats such as Otter Pops, mangos, coconut juice and Fruit Gushers. Ho had “pretty significant pneumonia” on both sides of her lungs and her oxygen level was “quite low” when first admitted, said Dr. Hoang Le, her pulmonologist at the hospital. She was provided with oxygen support and other therapies usually given to patients with COVID-19 pneumonia, but Le said she didn’t respond well. “After a week, she got to the point to be placed on a ventilator, otherwise she wouldn’t have made it at all, period,” Le said. Ho was terrified at the doctor’s recommendation. She said she initially rejected the idea of going on a ventilator until her mother and aunt convinced her it could be the only way to help her survive. By then, her family, including her father who had flown in from Oklahoma, met at the hospital to see her, worried that it might be the last time they could visit before she died.