Jeannette, Pennsylvania (KDKA)-Christmas is usually celebrated by family gatherings, but just like 2020, this holiday looks different to most people.
“Usually my sister, my brother-in-law, my parents. We eat dinner together like on Christmas Eve, because I am Italian, so we make pasta.” Sarah Casario (Sarah Casario) Say.
Casario is 26 years old and is in AHN’s COVID-19 oxygen fighter this Christmas.
“I started to have symptoms, fever, chills, nausea, basically every COVID symptom. Everyone likes to say it̵
As there are no underlying conditions and no idea where she contracted the virus, she maintained a strong life for her family.
“My mother works for COVID patients. She is a high-quality abstract expert, so she knows what’s going on, and what she does is a COVID-positive person, so she wants her to see me experience something she is very familiar with It’s difficult. It has caused your family to endure a lot of trouble.” Casario said.
Video calls and visits are a new tradition in her family. Since her goal is a full recovery, this virus has taught Casario a lot.
“Just don’t think this will not be you, because that’s how I feel. It will never become me. It will not happen to me. It did happen. This is the worst moment I have ever experienced in my life. Serious business,” Casario said.
Casario told KDKA that she will stay in the hospital for five days and hopes to be released early next week.