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Charter House employee, who recovered from a critical case of COVID-19 shares harrowing ordeal

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The novel corona virus popularly known as COVID-19 has undoubtedly caused untold harm all over the world since it was first detected in Wu Han, China.

A great number of people from all over the world who have contracted the deadly and either succumbed to it or survived it.

This story is a survival story of Robert Klah, the Public Affairs and Communications Manager at Charter House Ltd.

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According to Robert, he suffered from a severe condition of COVID-19 and survived. He has come forward to share this experience. Robert Klah shared his story in a video sighted by GhPage.com.

According to the fully-recovered patient, he was taken to the hospital on May 25, 2020, and confirmed with severe conditions which showed that COVID-19 had already had a great toll on his body.

Robert was diagnosed with severe bronchopneumonia, liver inflammation, acute gastritis which caused him what he describes as horrifying pain.

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Describing the experience Robert narrated; “It was a horrifying experience and very severe. A painful experience I will never forget in my life. I couldn’t live off the oxygen support for two minutes or else would die. That is how serious it was”.

Robert disclosed that he resolved to share his story so that people can believe that COVID-19 is real because even his own brother did not until May 25th, 2020.

Robert further advised the public to take the COVID-19 preventive protocols seriously and also encouraged all recovered patients to share their recovery stories.

Source:GhPage

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