A COVID-19 patient shares her experience and hopes that everyone suffering from this disease will recover.

“God will make a way when there seems to be no way” – these are the words of Arlou Anne Klein Manganti – Marsal, a Filipina COVID-19 patient.

In a video uploaded into her Facebook account, Arlou detailed her condition while being hospitalized and away from her family. According to Arlou, she couldn’t breathe without the oxygen which was given to her at the facility. When she tried to walk to the toilet without the oxygen, she couldn’t breathe so medical practitioners decided to put it back to her.

Arlou is just one of the many COVID-19 patients fighting for their lives all over the world. But Arlou refuses to lose hope. Despite the situation she is right now, Arlou remains positive and believes that God will make a way.

She also thanked those people who prayed for her fast recovery. With teary-eyes, she promised them that she will fight her way out of this disease.

“As I promised, I will fight and I’m getting there! I felt all your love & support, your overwhelming messages, your concerns & encouragement are unbelievable! Whether you know me personally or not, You have sent me all your positivity and giving me the energy to fight this Virus! Thank you very very much!!!

And to all my prayer warriors out there, you are doing amazing! I lift my hands with you, let’s continue praying for those who suffer and in pain right now! God is our Great,” she said in a post.

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FIGHTING!!!!As I promised, I will fight and I'm getting there! I felt all your love & support, your overwhelming messages, your concerns & encouragements are unbelievable! Whether you know me personally or not, You have sent me all your positivity and giving me the energy to fight this 🤬 Virus!Thank you very very much!!!And to all my prayer warriors outhere, you are doing amazing! I lift my hands with you, let's continue praying for those who suffers and in pain right now! God is our Great Healer.

Posted by Arlou Anne Klein Manganti – Marsal on Thursday, March 26, 2020

UPDATE: Arlou is now free from oxygen and can breathe on her own.

 

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