COVID-19 survivor gives life-saving gift
Former nursing assistant Natisha Fudge contracted COVID-19 from a patient in May, then passed the virus on to her husband. Now she's donating a kidney to save his life.
in May, while I was working a covert unit, I was doing 12 hours at night and my mast snapped, and within 24 hours I had full blown cold it. That is Natisha Fudge now a former Sienna who, as you could tell, has been through a lot. But after Contracting Cove in 19 Network, Natisha says she gave it to her husband, Christopher, who was admitted to ST John Hospital and then needed a new kidney because of complications. They initially told us that he was actually in Stage three kidney disease, and now we're dealing with seizures and cove it on top of that. Natasha's mother in law also tested positive for the virus. We almost lost him during that time. And then his mom, we thought she was about to pass. Also so sensitive she gave her husband the virus. This mother of three is giving him a kidney as well, finding out that his blood type was old, positive, and then my blood type is O negative. I said that it was only fate because on the old can donate toe, But to her, it is a simple fix for their long term to know that I'm gonna have my best friend and partner with me even longer in life. It feels amazing