This is my brother, Patrick Samiado.
He's a very jolly and happy person. He always brings good mood for the whole family. But then at his young age, he suddenly became ill and having a hard time breathing. We called and went to 6 hospitals but we were rejected. We just brought him home and wait for the last hospital to admit him. During that time he suddenly coughs and saying he cannot really breathe. We don't know what to do but wait until the next morning. We're afraid that he got the Covid virus.
The hospital did the Swab Testing for Covid, which was 7500 php already, around 155 usd. We finally got a hospital room while he's still in the emergency for further tests and checkups with the doctor.
The doctor said that Patrick's oxygen level went really low and needed a tube to put into his mouth for the oxygen to flow in his lungs. It was really painful for us to see him that way.
After several days, we cannot visit him due to Covid policies in our country, we just prayed knowing that everything will be alright. The nurses called that Patrick's oxygen level is still low and his blood pressure went way up to 160. They brought him to ICU.
In there we knew that he's NEGATIVE from Covid, which we are really thankful. But the doctor said that Patrick is sufferring from Severe Pneumonia.
We don't know what to do because we can't do anything to see nor check up on him. Our running bill is already at 1.2M php or 25000 usd, plus he's having his 4th Dialysis for his kidneys. We don't have that much money because our family's salary combined is enough to support our everyday needs. Patrick does have a medical card from his work but it only covered 125000 php or 2600 usd.
Me, my sisters and brothers, especially my mom and dad, are knocking in your kind hearts. We need help to support Patrick's continuous healing. We want him to be jolly and spreading happiness again to everyone around him.
A little help is worth a Thank You. 🙏
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Let's pray for his continuous recovery. 🙇
Thank you very much.