Alyssas is feeling better after being discharged from hospital.
She is a textile worker and she says she feels like she’s finally feeling her first week back at home after being in and out of the ICU for two months.
“I was just very, very tired and tired and just kind of lost control,” she said.
“And then it happened.
I’m going to have to go to the hospital,’ and then the nurse told me I could have a CT scan because I had a concussion.” “
It was like, ‘I can’t breathe, this is not OK, this isn’t normal.
I’m going to have to go to the hospital,’ and then the nurse told me I could have a CT scan because I had a concussion.”
“I had to be at home and be very careful about what I ate.
I’ve never had to do that before.”
As the sun set over the valley, Alyssah said she and her family decided to visit their friends in Vancouver to celebrate the holidays.
“The only thing that really scared me was I was going to the park and having a little fun with my friends and just being able to walk up and down the street,” she added.
Alyssas said she has not been able to go out with her family for about two weeks because of the concussion, but she plans to do just that when she gets home.
“It’s a lot of stress,” she admitted.
“But it’s also really relaxing.”
The hospital released a statement saying it “deeply regrets any distress” that has been caused by the “unfortunate events” of the past couple of weeks.
The team has also launched a campaign to raise money for medical bills.
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