90 yr old woman who contracted coronavirus at Seattle senior care facility now recovering

A 90 year old woman who contracted coronavirus in Seattle is recovering.

Her daughter Cami Neigdh wrote on Facebook:

Geneva Wood update…
It’s the Potato Soup!!! She knew that’s what she needed to help her get better! It’s working and the doctor and nurses are wanting the recipe! They have slowly taken her off the oxygen, she’s down to the lowest amount for comfort.

She has a bit of a snuffy nose. She probably will be listed as symptom free tomorrow. She will still need to stay in isolation until she goes through their protocol for being listed as clear and recovered.

If she continues on her current path, she could possibly be discharged to go home in approximately a week. How’s that for good news!!! Okay, great news!!!!! I think I just exhaled…. Never underestimate the power of thoughts and prayers! Keep it up, it’s working!

A 90-year-old woman who contracted coronavirus at Life Care Center senior care facility in Seattle has recovered, her family says. Life Care Center experienced a massive spread of the virus in mid-February. According to a CDC investigation, 62% of the roughly 130 elderly residents had become infected and more than a quarter of them have died.

Geneva Wood, however, is now a beacon of hope for the thousands of Americans with the virus – and the millions more fearing it. Health officials have said elderly people and those with chronic medical problems are especially vulnerable to the disease.

Wood, who lived at Life Care Center, tested positive for coronavirus on March 6, her grand-daughter-in-law, Kate Neidigh writes in “Seattle Refined.”

Neidigh, a fashion writer for the local publication, says this is not a “doom and gloom” story. Wood is a “true fighter,” Neidigh writes, explaining her husband’s grandmother moved to the care center in January after suffering a stroke.

“Just when my mom beat one thing, another ‘thing’ rolled her way,” Kate Neidigh’s mother-in-law, and Wood’s daughter, Cami Neidigh says.

When Wood tested positive for COVID-19, the family was “stricken, and in shock,” and “mad,” Neidigh writes. Wood, however had a different outlook. “I’m going to fight this for my family and make everyone proud,” she told Cami through a glass pane while in isolation at the hospital.

Cami Neidigh also wrote a post about her mother, tagging the 90-year-old on Facebook in the uplifting update. “It’s the Potato Soup!!! She knew that’s what she needed to help her get better!” Neidigh joked. “It’s working and the doctor and nurses are wanting the recipe!”