A Michigan nurture who was allegedly denied the COVID-19 test twice after she neglected to show side effects, has been discovered dead in her home.
The nurse treated a coronavirus patient without a mask
Detroit Free Press reports that 54-year-old Lisa Ewald, of Dearborn, was a long-term social insurance worker at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. She had as of late treated a coronavirus persistent at the emergency clinic and didn’t wear a veil, as indicated by her niece, Mandi Standifer.
Standifer said Ewald disclosed to her that emergency clinic authorities denied testing for COVID-19 twice since she hadn’t shown any side effects. When she took the test a week ago, manifestations were available. Ewald had a fever and had lost her feeling of smell and taste.
On Wednesday, an individual attendant discovered Ewald dead in her front room, three days after she discovered that her test returned positive for COVID-19.
Hospitals make the nurse so long to take the test
Relatives are currently baffled that emergency clinic authorities made Ewald stand by so long to step through the exam.
It’s simply unacceptable, Ewald’s nephew, Micah Standifer, said. You would figure they would deal with their own.
As indicated by Henry Ford Health System President and CEO Wright Lassiter III, the emergency clinic followed rules set out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Right now, the CDC prescribes testing workers just when they become symptomatic. Regardless of whether grinding away or at home under self-seclusion, if a worker starts encountering indications, they are asked to contact Employee Health and orchestrate prompt testing.
COVID-19 is her official cause of death
As indicated by FOX 2, COVID-19 was Ewald’s authentic reason for death, in spite of the fact that she was viewed as high-chance since she had asthma.
She thought such a great amount about others, more than herself, niece Karlie Ewald revealed to FOX 2. Also, that is somewhat what upsets me.
Lisa Ewald didn’t have any offspring of her own and thought of her as nieces and nephews her kids.