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Filha do Príncipe Alberto do Mónaco foi hospitalizada devido ao novo coronavírus

A jovem diz ter desenvolvido uma "erupção cutânea semelhante à varicela" e que continuou a ter "dores no corpo, com dores mais fortes nos pulmões, febre e enxaquecas".

A filha mais velha do Príncipe Alberto do Mónaco, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, foi hospitalizada após o seu estado de saúde se ter agravado nos últimos dias. A jovem de 28 anos já tinha sido diagnosticado com o novo coronavírus mas encontrava-se a cumprir isolamento na sua casa. Depois de os seus sintomas terem piorado, Jazmin viu-se obrigada a ficar internada no fim de semana mas já conseguiu abandonar a unidade hospitalar, explicou nas redes sociais, numa publicação onde celebrou o centésimo aniversário da 19ª emenda, que permitiu às mulheres poderem votar. 

"Sou uma mulher forte, uma sobrevivente. Estou feliz por dizer que saí do hospital e estou agora em casa, nesta estrada sinuosa para a recuperação. Contudo, fui internada no fim de semana porque os meus sintomas continuam a piorar", contou.

A jovem diz ter desenvolvido uma "erupção cutânea semelhante à varicela" e que continuou a ter "dores no corpo, com dores mais fortes nos pulmões, febre e enxaquecas". "Estou frustrada e só quero que o meu corpo encontre paz e conforto. A dor é tão desconfortável e debilitante que não há nada a fazer a não ser descansar", acrescentou.

A filha do Príncipe Alberto do Mónaco apela ainda aos seus seguidores que tenham cuidado com o novo coronavírus e que se protegam. "O vírus da Covid-19 é tão forte e misterioso (…) Ouve o teu corpo. Protege-te para protegeres os outros", concluiu. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I am proud to be a woman. I am never going to throw away my right to vote or disrespect my female ancestors who took a stand. Today we celebrate 100 years since the 19th amendment was passed so that women could vote! I am happy to announce I sent in my absentee ballot today, GO 🗳 VOTE! Those of you may know I have been struggling with my Health due to Covid. My immunity may be knocked down for a little while longer but my spirit is high, I’m a strong woman, I’m a survivor. I am happy to admit I’m out of the hospital and now I am home on this winding road to recovery. However, I was admitted to the hospital over the weekend because my symptoms continued to worsen since I last checked in on Friday. I developed a chicken pox like rash and continued having uncomfortable body aches with longer severe pain by my lungs /rib cage, flashes of fever, and debilitating migraines. I had a series of tests taken: blood work, urine test and chest X-ray. My white blood cells and my lymphocytes are low and my CRP aka inflammation in the body is higher than normal which are all indicators of the Covid virus still affecting the body. Regardless, if I continue to carry the same strain or have a new one my body is in fact still fighting the virus. I have been put on antibiotics for possible covid related pneumonia caught in the early stages and due to a small nodule found on my right lung which could be from Covid damage too. I will get a check up again in a few weeks and continue to monitor my symptoms. The doctors are still learning and confessed they have seen other cases similar to mine. I am beyond frustrated and just want my body to find peace and comfort. The pain is so uncomfortable and debilitating and there is not much to do but to rest, and ice packs for some relief. I am sharing my story so that all of you can be aware and maybe share in similar symptoms. The Covid virus is so strong and mysterious. I know we are all over talking about Covid, hearing about Covid and living in fear or disbelief of this virus. Believe me I am more than ready to be done myself but unfortunately I have no choice. Listen to your body! Protect yourself, to protect others.Take care!

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