Great news! Dr. Carmina Fuentebella, the 26-year-old resident doctor at the University of Sto. Tomas Hospital who was diagnosed positive and was in critical condition against COVID-19, is “on her way to recovery”, according to her cousin RJ Palad. “She is still in the hospital regaining her strength, but we are almost out of the tunnel.”
“Dr. Carmina Fuentebella is on her way to complete recovery. She is still in the hospital regaining her strength, but we are almost out of the tunnel.”
“The parents, siblings, relatives, and friends are truly grateful to everyone who were with us in prayers and sacrifices. We are also eternally in debt to the doctors and nurses who made sure that she gets to where she is now. You are all blessings to the whole family.”, RJ said in a Facebook post. He also added, “We can’t thank you all enough for the spiritual and emotional support.” “May you all be blessed and be protected by the good grace of our Lord.” “Let us not forget to also pray for all the people most especially the frontliners, who are going thru the same ordeal. may all of them receive our Lord’s blessings.” giving his thanks to all the brave modern day heroes in combat against the coronavirus.
Dr. Carmina’s father, Noel Fuentebella also shared an important update about the recovery of her daughter, via Facebook Page I Love Antique. “The plasma infusion seems to be working. Mina is still at CCU and still intubated. Doctors need to see and double-check her condition before extubating her. Hopefully really really soon. For now, she is resting and asleep.
The family extends their appreciation for praying for Carmina. Let us continue to storm heaven with prayers for her full recovery. God bless!” he said.
Many netizens are glad after they saw the positive news about Dr. Carmina’s recovery. Most commented Praise the Lord” about the good news. We look forward to Dr. Mina’s full recovery of strength and healing.