Mother Recovers from COVID-19 Shortly After Giving Birth while Newborn Twins Test Negative

The Navotas Public Information Office recently shared some news to inspire hope in all of us. They posted on their Facebook page that a Navotas City mother who recently gave birth has been cleared of COVID-19 after contracting the disease.

Masaya po tayo na isa na namang pasyente ang naka-recover sa COVID-19. Si Judy Ann Sarabia, 25, residente ng Brgy. North Bay Boulevard North, ay nagnegatibo na sa nasabing sakit matapos ang dalawang linggong gamutan. Ang kanyang bagong silang na kambal, negatibo rin sa COVID-19.May sintomas na si Bb. Judy Ann bago pa siya naadmit sa Navotas City Hospital noong April 4 para sa isang caesarian operation. Itinuring siyang person under investigation at nakumpirma noong April 8 na positibo siya sa COVID-19. Pang-anim si Bb. Judy Ann na gumaling sa COVID-19. Umaasa tayong dadami pa ang mga makakarekober sa susunod na mga araw. Muli, pinapakiusap ko po sa lahat na manatili sa bahay at sumunod sa mga panuntunan ng quarantine. Magtulungan tayo para bawat isa ay manatiling ligtas mula sa nakamamatay na sakit na ito.#BeatCOVID19#WeHealAsOne#COVID19PH

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Judy Ann Sarabia, 25, tested negative for COVID-19 after 2 weeks of treatment. She was showing symptoms when she went into the hospital to give birth to her twins at Navotas City Hospital last April 4. Her test results came back positive for COVID-19 on April 8.

Thankfully, her newborn twins tested negative for the virus despite Judy Ann possibly being infected while carrying them. The United States’ Center for Disease Control and Prevention has previously said that mother-to-child transmission of coronavirus is unlikely.

Judy Ann is the 6th person from the city to recover from COVID-19. Navotas City has 34 confirmed cases and 9 deaths as of April 27. 9 of the COVID-19 patients are currently admitted at different hospitals while 5 are under home quarantine.

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