Woman finally tests negative for coronavirus after 'two months of hell'
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Woman finally tests negative for coronavirus after 'two months of hell'

A woman finally tested negative for coronavirus 75 days after the diagnosis of the disease.

Bianca Dobroiu, 23, living in Bologna, Italy, was hospitalized on February 28 with a fever of 40.7 degrees Celsius and tested positive for Covid-19 the same day.

The Romanian model underwent a total of 11 coronavirus tests, seven of which were positive, two unclear and two negative.

She was released from hospital on March 6, but had to agree to strict isolation.

Bianca continued to test positive in April, as doctors described her case as “almost unique.”

She wrote online, “I was told they want to understand my case better.



“All I know is that it was two months from hell, and what do I want to do now? Go for a walk, I don’t remember what it feels like. “

Speaking of finally getting completely clear, she said, “It’s a unique emotion, I can’t believe it’s true.

“These were long days, doctors woke me up yesterday morning and said,” Are you happy? You are negative! “I jumped off the bed.





“It was a nightmare, who has never lived with himself before, cannot possibly understand. Now it is as if the days are finally getting meaning again.

“I waited a long time for this day, it was a great joy and I was even shocked when I returned to normal life, but finally it is over.

“I can finally say that I defeated the coronavirus.”

The model, which is also studying in Italy, will have to undergo further checks and checks at the Sant’Orsola hospital in Bologna.

She told local media that she can’t wait to go for a walk now, adding, “I don’t even remember what it feels like.”

According to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University, Italy has registered 219,070 Covid-19 cases and 30,560 deaths.

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Pat Reaves
Pat Reaves writes for our World News section. Having spent his youth traveling from one country to another, Pat has incurred an education that is truly international in culture, academia, and language. His quick thinking and spontaneity has landed him in the sector where stories happen without any warning. He is an extremely patient and nurturing writer who lets a story take its course without interference and prejudice.

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